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instrument landing

  

      n   an aircraft landing relying only upon instruments and ground radio devices, usually made when visibility is very poor  
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instrument  
      n  
1    a mechanical implement or tool, esp. one used for precision work  
surgical instrument     
2      (Music)   any of various contrivances or mechanisms that can be played to produce musical tones or sounds  
3    an important factor or agency in something  
her evidence was an instrument in his arrest     
4    Informal   a person used by another to gain an end; dupe; tool  
5    a measuring device, such as a pressure gauge or ammeter  
6   
a    a device or system for use in navigation or control, esp. of aircraft  
b    (as modifier)  
instrument landing     
7    a formal legal document  
      vb   tr  
8       another word for       orchestrate       1  
9    to equip with instruments  
     (C13: from Latin instrumentum tool, equipment, from instruere to erect, furnish; see instruct)  


instrument flying  
      n   the navigation of an aircraft by the use of instruments only  
instrument landing  
      n   an aircraft landing relying only upon instruments and ground radio devices, usually made when visibility is very poor  
instrument panel   , board  
      n  
1    a panel on which instruments are mounted, as on a car  
   See also       dashboard  
2    an array of instruments, gauges, etc., mounted to display the condition or performance of a machine  
mechanical instrument  
      n   a musical instrument, such as a barrel organ or music box, that plays a preselected piece of music by mechanical means  
negotiable instrument  
      n   a legal document, such as a cheque or bill of exchange, that is freely negotiable  
percussion instrument  
      n   any of various musical instruments that produce a sound when their resonating surfaces are struck directly, as with a stick or mallet, or by leverage action. They may be of definite pitch (as a kettledrum or xylophone), indefinite pitch (as a gong or rattle), or a mixture of both (as various drums)  
stringed instrument  
      n   any musical instrument in which sound is produced by the vibration of a string across a soundboard or soundbox,   (Also called)    chordophone  
transit instrument  
      n   an astronomical instrument, mounted on an E-W axis, in which the reticle of a telescope is always in the plane of the meridian. It is used to time the transit of a star, etc., across the meridian  
transposing instrument  
      n   a musical instrument, esp. a horn or clarinet, pitched in a key other than C major, but whose music is written down as if its basic scale were C major. A piece of music in the key of F intended to be played on a horn pitched in F is therefore written down a fourth lower than an ordinary part in that key and has the same key signature as a part written in C  
wind instrument  
      n   any musical instrument sounded by the breath, such as the woodwinds and brass instruments of an orchestra  

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instrument

  
1    apparatus, appliance, contraption     (informal)   contrivance, device, gadget, implement, mechanism, tool, utensil, waldo  
2    agency, agent, channel, factor, force, means, mechanism, medium, organ, vehicle  
3      (informal)   cat's-paw, dupe, pawn, puppet, tool  

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n.
percusion musical instrument without membrane
n.
military aviation term: loss of visual reference during take-off or landing due to the sand or dust
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