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Words an aircraft engineer is likely to need when writing maintenance reports.

accordance If something is in accordance with regulations, it means it is conforming with them.
ailerons Ailerons are airfoils that control lateral motion during a flight.
aircraft An aircraft is a vehicle that can fly.
battery A battery is a device that produces electricity.
bracket A bracket is a support projecting from a wall.
brakes Brakes are devices made up of a combination of interacting parts that work to slow a motor vehicle.
canopy An aircraft's canopy is the transparent cockpit enclosure.
carbon Carbon fiber is a material used to build modern planes.
carburetor A carburetor is used in aircraft engines to blend air and fuel.
catalog American English spelling A catalog is a book or pamphlet containing an itemized list.
change A change is the process through which something becomes different.
chapter A chapter is a subdivision of a written work.
cockpit The cockpit is the compartment where the pilot sits while flying the aircraft.
column A column is a tall vertical cylindrical structure that stands upright and is used to support a structure.
control A control is a mechanism that controls the operation of a machine.
cylinder A cylinder is a cylindrical container for oxygen or compressed air.
degrees Degrees are a measure for arcs and angles and a unit of temperature on a specified scale.
fiber American English spelling Carbon fiber is a material used to build modern planes.
filter A filter is a device that removes something from whatever passes through it.

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