TRACK FULLY AFT

Bulgarian translation: придвижи [/издърпай] изцяло назад [/в крайна задна позиция]

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English term or phrase:TRACK FULLY AFT
Bulgarian translation:придвижи [/издърпай] изцяло назад [/в крайна задна позиция]
Entered by: Derringdo

08:50 Jun 22, 2008
English to Bulgarian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Aerospace / Aviation / Space
English term or phrase: TRACK FULLY AFT
FOR TAXI, TAKEOFF AND LANDING
FASTEN SEAT BELT AND SHOULDER HARNESS
FACE SEAT FWD ↑ TRACK FULLY AFT ↓ AND OUTBOARD ←
Derringdo
Bulgaria
придвижи [/издърпай] изцяло назад [/в крайна задна позиция]
Explanation:
aft =

1. gen. Behind, in the rear. Obs.
937 O.E. Chron., B. of Brunanburh 63 Let him behindan+earn æftan hwít · æses brúcan.

2. Naut. a. Of position: In or near the hinder part or stern of a ship. Also of an aircraft.
1628 Digby Voy. Medit. (1868) 3 Of aequall height fore and aft. 1706 Phillips s.v., How chear ye fore and aft? i.e. How fares all your Ships Company? 1718 Steele Fish-pool 170 Whose hold had gratings 'fore and aft'. 1863 Longfellow Olaf xi, Though the flying sea-spray drenches Fore and aft the rowers' benches.

b. Of motion or direction: Towards the stern, into the hinder part of the ship. Also of an aircraft.
1678 Phillips, Aft or Abaft, a word us'd by Seamen to signify any Action, Motion, or Application from the Stemwards of the Ship toward the Stern; as Go aft. 1748 Anson Voyage iii. ii. (ed. 4) 425 We+began to get the guns aft. 1832 Lander Exped. Niger III. xvi. 254 Call them aft, and let them stand by the arms. 1833 Marryat Pet. Simple (1863) 52 He said to us as we came on deck,—‘Walk aft, young gentlemen.’ 1859 W. James Nav. Hist. Gt. Brit. IV. 73 Seized and carried aft, as the ringleader of the mutiny. 1948 ‘N. Shute’ No Highway ix. 242 We climbed up into the fuselage and went aft through the luggage bay.

c. fore and aft: from stem to stern, lengthwise. Also attrib.
a1618 Raleigh Inv. Shipping 29 Needing no other addition+then a slight spar Decke, fore and afte as the Seamen call it. 1878 M. Foster Physiol. ii. i. §3. 225 A certain amount of lateral and fore and aft movement.

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4 +3придвижи [/издърпай] изцяло назад [/в крайна задна позиция]
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track fully aft
придвижи [/издърпай] изцяло назад [/в крайна задна позиция]


Explanation:
aft =

1. gen. Behind, in the rear. Obs.
937 O.E. Chron., B. of Brunanburh 63 Let him behindan+earn æftan hwít · æses brúcan.

2. Naut. a. Of position: In or near the hinder part or stern of a ship. Also of an aircraft.
1628 Digby Voy. Medit. (1868) 3 Of aequall height fore and aft. 1706 Phillips s.v., How chear ye fore and aft? i.e. How fares all your Ships Company? 1718 Steele Fish-pool 170 Whose hold had gratings 'fore and aft'. 1863 Longfellow Olaf xi, Though the flying sea-spray drenches Fore and aft the rowers' benches.

b. Of motion or direction: Towards the stern, into the hinder part of the ship. Also of an aircraft.
1678 Phillips, Aft or Abaft, a word us'd by Seamen to signify any Action, Motion, or Application from the Stemwards of the Ship toward the Stern; as Go aft. 1748 Anson Voyage iii. ii. (ed. 4) 425 We+began to get the guns aft. 1832 Lander Exped. Niger III. xvi. 254 Call them aft, and let them stand by the arms. 1833 Marryat Pet. Simple (1863) 52 He said to us as we came on deck,—‘Walk aft, young gentlemen.’ 1859 W. James Nav. Hist. Gt. Brit. IV. 73 Seized and carried aft, as the ringleader of the mutiny. 1948 ‘N. Shute’ No Highway ix. 242 We climbed up into the fuselage and went aft through the luggage bay.

c. fore and aft: from stem to stern, lengthwise. Also attrib.
a1618 Raleigh Inv. Shipping 29 Needing no other addition+then a slight spar Decke, fore and afte as the Seamen call it. 1878 M. Foster Physiol. ii. i. §3. 225 A certain amount of lateral and fore and aft movement.

Източник: OED

Pavel Tsvetkov
Bulgaria
Local time: 23:43
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PRO pts in category: 8
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