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airplane trim

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  • trim — [trim] vt. trimmed, trimming [via ME dial. < OE trymman, to make firm, set in order, array < trum, strong, firm: for IE base see TREE] 1. Obs. to prepare; fit out; dress 2. to put in proper order; make neat or tidy, esp. by clipping,… …   English World dictionary

  • trim — trim1 [ trım ] verb transitive * 1. ) to cut something such as hair so that it looks neat: a well trimmed beard Someone is trimming the grass outside with shears. I had an inch trimmed off at the beauty shop. 2. ) to reduce the amount or number… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • trim — I. verb (trimmed; trimming) Etymology: probably from Middle English *trimmen to prepare, put in order, from Old English trymian, trymman to strengthen, arrange, from trum strong, firm; probably akin to Old English trēo tree, wood more at tree… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • trim — trimly, adv. trimness, n. /trim/, v., trimmed, trimming, n., adj., trimmer, trimmest, adv. v.t. 1. to put into a neat or orderly condition by clipping, paring, pruning, etc.: to trim a hedge. 2. to remove (something superfluous or dispensable) by …   Universalium

  • trim — [[t]trɪm[/t]] v. trimmed, trim•ming, 1) to put into a neat or orderly condition by clipping, paring, pruning, etc.: to trim a hedge[/ex] 2) to remove (something superfluous or dispensable) by or as if by cutting (often fol. by off): to trim off… …   From formal English to slang

  • airplane — /air playn /, n. 1. a heavier than air aircraft kept aloft by the upward thrust exerted by the passing air on its fixed wings and driven by propellers, jet propulsion, etc. 2. any similar heavier than air aircraft, as a glider or helicopter. Also …   Universalium

  • trim — trɪm n. order, condition; material used for ornamentation; decoration (in a store window, etc.); condition of a sea vessel (Nautical); minor haircut; something which has been trimmed or cut off; position of an airplane (Aerodynamics) v. organize …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Flight control surfaces — Aircraft flight control surfaces allow a pilot to adjust and control the aircraft s flight attitude.Development of an effective set of flight controls was a critical advance in the development of the aircraft. Early efforts at fixed wing aircraft …   Wikipedia

  • Beechcraft Bonanza — Infobox Aircraft name= Bonanza caption= Beechcraft Bonanza BE33 taking off in the UK. type= Civil utility aircraft manufacturer= Beechcraft designer= Ralph Harmon (lead engineer) first flight= 22 December 1945 introduced= 1947 retired=… …   Wikipedia

  • United Airlines Flight 232 — N1819U on its final descent, with visible damage on the horizontal stabilizer and fuselage tail cone Accident summary Date …   Wikipedia

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