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aterizare {f} pe burtă
wheels-up landing
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Translation for 'wheels-up' from English to Romanian

wheels-up landing
aterizare {f} pe burtăaviat.
Usage Examples English
  • A-Rod Corp has invested in various companies including coconut water brand Vita Coco, Wheels Up, Snapchat, and the virtual concert startup Wave.
  • This conferred the right to drive a vehicle with three or four wheels up to 550 kg, but the final B1 licences were issued in 2001.
  • The two P-40s on Bataan both flew out on 8 April, the P-40E to Iloilo City on Panay, where it landed wheels up, and the P-40B to Cebu.
  • Players can step on the gas, release it, and then quickly press it again for a little boost, and the car will blow the front wheels up in the air.
  • Making a wheels-up emergency crash landing, the crew survived and was rescued by the Coastal Survey ship USS Patton.
  • Flickenge to make a wheels-up landing in a hayfield near Melun (60 miles southeast of Paris).
  • The input sliders move counting wheels up and down the Leibniz wheels, which are themselves linked by a carry mechanism.
  • Mika Häkkinen made a dive-bomb attempt to pass Rubens Barrichello under braking into Adelaide on lap 38, but he put his inside wheels up onto the curbing and spun the car a full 360 degrees.
  • Bündchen, along with her husband Brady, partnered with Wheels Up to donate 10 million meals to Feeding America for their "Meals Up" initiative and helped fund thousands of meals for Feeding Tampa Bay and The Greater Boston Food Bank to alleviate food insecurity.
  • The MC-130P ran out of climb performance and crash-landed wheels-up in deep snow.
  • Despite the wheels-up landing and having the fuselage on fire, it proved to official circles that an aircraft could be flown satisfactorily with a back-thrust system through the rear.
  • The pilot, who knew the area, was able to bank left and glide over the town's southern edge and make a wheels-up crash-landing in a field.
  • To drive a quad cycle on a public road, in the UK, requires a category B (car) or B1 (motor vehicles with 4 wheels up to 400 kg unladen or 550 kg if they're designed for carrying goods) licence as well as tax, insurance and registration.
  • Some amphibians are fitted with reinforced keels which act as skis, allowing them to land on snow or ice with their wheels up.
  • because larger front wheels, up to [...] in diameter, enabled higher speeds on bicycles limited to direct-drive.
  • The first aircraft was lost in a wheels-up landing at Chilbolton airfield on 10 April 1951, but the second continued development flying with the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) at MOD Boscombe Down and the Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) at Farnborough Airport until its retirement during September 1953.
  • For 1971, Catalina and other full-sized Pontiacs were completely redesigned and restyled from the wheels up with long hood/short deck proportions and fuselage styling somewhat similar to Chrysler Corporation's 1969 full-sized cars, along with a double shell roof for improved roll-over protection and flush pull-up exterior door handles - the latter two features first seen on the [...] Firebird.
  • wheel arrangement meant that driving wheels up to [...] diameter could be used for high speed passenger and fast freight operation.
  • Telescopic dampers were used for all four wheels.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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