Adverb(1) at right angles to the length of a ship or airplane
(1) 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.(2) The ship won't point into the wind, you have to have the wind astern or at least abeam .(3) That student flew wide abeam and long in the groove.(4) before I knew it, I was abeam the ship(5) 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.(6) He reported abeam , and tower cleared him to land on runway 24 left.(7) she was lying almost abeam of us(8) I heard him tell tower we were abeam and landing.(9) 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.(10) It's when the breeze comes from the side, and slightly abaft of abeam , that a vessel can achieve its fastest point of sail.(11) the lighthouse was abeam at noon(12) After burning down fuel, we flew by the ship, close abeam .(13) He instructed an exhausted, unqualified third mate to turn the ship when it came abeam of Busby Island.(14) For unknown reasons, as it crossed the bar, the vessel turned northwest bringing it abeam of the breaking waves.(15) The airplane impacted a swampy area inverted, abeam of the departure end of Runway 20 and about 120 south of the runway.
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