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Translation of "pilot" - English-Spanish dictionary

pilot

noun   /ˈpaɪ·lət/
A2 someone who flies a plane piloto
(Definition of pilot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pilot

noun /ˈpailət/
a person who flies an aeroplane/airplane piloto The pilot and crew were all killed in the air crash.
a person who directs a ship in and out of a harbour/harbor, river, or coastal waters. práctico, piloto
pilot light noun
a small gas light eg on a gas cooker, which burns continuously and is used to light the main gas jets when they are turned on piloto I think the pilot light has gone out.
(Definition of pilot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pilot”
in Korean 조종사…
in Arabic طَيّار…
in Malaysian juruterbang, malim…
in French pilote…
in Russian пилот, летчик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 航空器, 飛行員…
in Italian pilota…
in Turkish pilot…
in Polish pilot…
in Vietnamese phi công, hoa tiêu…
in Portuguese piloto…
in Thai นักบิน, คนนำร่อง…
in German der/die Pilot(in), der/die Lotse(in)…
in Catalan pilot…
in Japanese パイロット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 飞行器, 飞行员…
in Indonesian penerbang, pandu…
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