Translation of abeam in Spanish:


en ángulo recto con la quilla, adv.

Pronunciation /əˈbim/ /əˈbiːm/


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    en ángulo recto con la quilla
    • After burning down fuel, we flew by the ship, close abeam.
    • The ship won't point into the wind, you have to have the wind astern or at least abeam.
    • Because the ram was the only ship-smashing weapon available, fleets fought in line abeam so as to present as many rams to the enemy as possible.
    • Be consistent - drop notches of flaps in the same place on every landing, e.g., first notch when you're downwind abeam, second on base, last notch on final.
    • It's when the breeze comes from the side, and slightly abaft of abeam, that a vessel can achieve its fastest point of sail.
    • Fags were most easily located when the search heading was abeam to the wind direction, so that the pennant presented the greatest visible surface area.
    • I heard him tell tower we were abeam and landing.
    • That student flew wide abeam and long in the groove.
    • He reported abeam, and tower cleared him to land on runway 24 left.