Spelling list: Engineering (aviation) Set 1

Words an aircraft engineer is likely to need when writing maintenance reports (US spelling)

accordance In accordance with the company rules, the man was fired.
ailerons Ailerons help to control an aeroplane during flight.
aircraft The captain set the aircraft to autopilot.
battery The car battery has run dry.
bracket Brackets in Maths means multiply. *
brakes Always make sure your car brakes are working.
canopy They sat under the canopy and ate a barbecue.
carbon Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe.
carburetor A carburetor is used in aircraft engines to blend air and fuel.
catalog American English spelling Please send me a copy of your catalog.
change Can you change a $50 dollar bill?
chapter We read until the last chapter of the book.
cockpit He sat in the cockpit and looked at all the buttons and switches. *
column You can't support a building with just one column.
control I control my computer with a mouse.
cracked I can't read my cell phone's screen since I cracked it.
cylinders The average engine contains four cylinders.
degrees The temperature in the desert was over 40 degrees.
fiber American English spelling We need fiber for a healthy diet.

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