keeping

keeping n
отслеживание
course keeping ability
устойчивость на курсе
keep clear of rotor blades
остерегаться лопастей несущего винта
keep clear of the aircraft
держаться на безопасном расстоянии от воздушного судна
keep level
выдерживать горизонтальное положение
keep out of the way
не занимать трассу
keep tab on the fleet
вести учет парка
keep the aircraft on
выдерживать воздушное судно
keep the altitude
выдерживать заданную высоту
keep the ball centered
держать шарик в центре
keep the pace
выдерживать дистанцию
keep to the minima
устанавливать минимум
time keeping
отсчет времени
track keeping
выдерживание курса

English-Russian aviation dictionary. 2015.

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