Landing Gear

Technology / Aviation / Landing Gear: The wheels, floats, skis, and all of the attachments that support the airplane when it is resting on the ground or water.

Other Words for Gear

Gear Noun Synonyms: equipment, apparatus, appliances, implements, tools, tackle, utensils, supplies, material(s), accessories, accoutrements or also accouterments, appurtenances, paraphernalia, panoply, outfit, trappings, fixtures, materiel
Gear Verb Synonyms: cog, cog-wheel, gearbox, mechanism, machinery, works
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Other Words for Landing

Landing Verb Synonyms: touchdown, alighting, splashdown, docking
Landing Noun Synonyms: landing-place, dock, pier, jetty, wharf, quay
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Gear Indicators

Technology / Aviation / Gear Indicators: a device in the cockpit of an airplane with a retractable landing gear to inform the pilot of the condition of the wheels. It indicates whether they are down and locked, in transit, or up and locked. MORE

Landing Roll

Technology / Aviation / Landing Roll: the distance an aircraft travels on the ground after touchdown to the point it can be stopped or exits to the taxiway. MORE

Landing Wires

Technology / Aviation / Landing Wires: Interplane bracing wires that help support wingloads when the plane is on the ground. Direction of travel is downward and outward from the fuselage. Opposite of FLYING WIRES. MORE

Landing Page Quality Scores

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Landing Page Quality Scores: A measure used by Google to help filter noisy ads out of their AdWords program. When Google AdWords launched affiliates and arbitrage players made up a large portion of their ad market, but as more ma MORE

Landing Page

Technology / Email / Landing Page: A Web page viewed after clicking on a link within an email. Also may be called a microsite, splash page, bounce page, or click page. MORE

Landing Flaps

Technology / Aviation / Landing Flaps: a secondary control surface built into the wing by which the overall wing area, or lift-drag ratio, can be increased. The increased wing area permits a slower landing speed. The increased drag reduces MORE

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