Traducción de gliding en Español:


vuelo sin motor, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɡlaɪdɪŋ//ˈɡlʌɪdɪŋ/


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    vuelo sin motor masculino
    • This was an underwater version of gliding and parachuting, except that we had to avoid missing another drop-off.
    • Spend more of your gliding time flying straight in rising air and you'll raise your glide over the ground.
    • The gliding had a higher level of variation, but still was of a high quality.
    • During her time with the squadron, she has tried her hand at both powered flying and gliding and has gained some fundraising experience.
    • Sailplane pilots dream of gliding in the Andes, Sierra Nevada and over Jondaryan.
    • The other thing that this writer of this book couldn't resist is a detailed account of flying and gliding towards the end of the book.
    • There is the occasional mishap, but statistically, gliding has been shown to be about as safe as normal airplane flying.
    • This month is the 75th anniversary of organised gliding in Australia.
    • The rambles are £5, for example, while gliding was £30.
    • As discussed previously, the difference between powered flight and gliding is the flight stroke, which produces thrust in true flyers.
    • He took up gliding, sharing a glider with a local general practitioner, and went solo on his 65th birthday.
    • Interesting experiment, although personally I don't think speed gliding is the way to go to promote our sport.
    • The four sports were water skiing, sports parachuting, alpine skiing and gliding.
    • The girl didn't notice the gathering, ominous clouds, and as soon as she thought of going gliding, her mood changed, and she became happy again.