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  • 1

    (direction-finding)
    (at sea, in plane) navegación femenino
    (in car) dirección femenino
    navigation satellite satélite de navegación masculino
    • The ship will be fitted with air/surface search and navigation radars.
    • There are plenty of hands-on activities, covering all aspects of seamanship, including navigation, weather forecasting and ship-handling.
    • The war bred clever innovation in radar systems, navigation aids and bomb sites.
    • Precise land navigation in any weather by day or night will be as commonplace as the exact time.
    • For the first millennium of mankind's navigation of the seas, we only skimmed the surface.
    • He made systematic astronomical observations on his voyage which provided important navigation charts to later explorers.
    • Inside is a guidance control unit with inertial navigation and global positioning systems.
    • Environmental and weather conditions must be right, and flight planning and navigation must be precise.
    • In addition, atom lasers may yield extremely precise gyroscope navigation for air and space travel.
    • The system also provides flight control and navigation data intended for mission specific systems and equipment.
    • Phoenix will be used as a demonstrator for the autonomous navigation and flight-control system used for the final approach and landing of the unmanned vehicle.
    • While on the route, the aircraft practice visual low-level navigation, simulated threat reactions and simulated target attacks.
    • The aircraft has state-of-the-art flight deck, avionics and navigation equipment.
    • Reliable in-car navigation only becomes possible with high position accuracy combined with an up-to-date map database.
    • Now, here as elsewhere, they carry machetes, automatic weapons and navigation equipment.
    • There were quite a few parallel paths, which made navigation more difficult.
    • It is equipped with a global positioning system navigation system.
    • The locations of the mines were then confirmed using underwater navigation and communications technology.
    • However, the mountain range was not on the navigation charts used by the US Navy.
    • Now, Global Positioning Systems and satellite navigation are more accurate and widely available.
    • Its flight control, navigation and vehicle management are independent and based on a mission plan.
    • The launcher unit is equipped with an onboard land navigation system.
    • The pair, who were good friends, shared an interest in air navigation.
  • 2

    (of channel, river)
    navegación femenino
  • 3

    (marine traffic)
    navegación femenino
    before noun navigation laws leyes marítimas / de navegación femenino
    • The first four conditions were designed to avoid conflict between competing landowners and to keep at least part of the river open to navigation and upstream fishermen.
    • Inland water navigation offers considerable economic and ecological advantages over other forms of transport in many areas and industries.
    • In that case a vessel sank through the negligence of her owners in the River Dee obstructing navigation.
    • On Wednesday, the ministers signed two agreements - on sea navigation and air transport.
    • These were sold to the United States in 1904, but it was not until 1914 that the Panama Canal was opened for navigation.
    • He intended to do this prior to the seasonal cessation of river navigation due to winter and the expedition's retirement to a wintering ground.
    • This maneuver opened the river to navigation farther upstream and stopped the overflow of water into the lake.
    • The emphasis is on railway transport, river navigation receiving less attention.
    • These structures enable the Corps to control the rivers for navigation and flood prevention.
    • Last year 800,000 people visited and basic navigation is still essential to trade, tourism and sport.
    • The freeze could hurt the ability of Russia's largest shipping firm, to export oil once rivers reopen for navigation in the spring, the company warned.
    • As we have seen, however, the practical exercise of a right to arrest ships in passage poses serious dangers to navigation, and it is rarely used as a means of enforcing anti-pollution regulations.
    • "Inland navigation keeps traffic off our highways and affects commerce, " he says.
    • Sometimes a third party such a harbour pilot is at fault, or a navigation authority.
    • Secondly it enables the authority to raise much-needed revenue towards the cost of maintaining the river for public navigation.
    • Humber Pilots Ltd, the organisation that handled river navigation until a row over terms led to strike action and the end of their contract, said the incident could have had horrendous repercussions.
    • It did prove that the river was suitable for navigation and Randell sold his cargo of flour and Cadell brought 4,000 bales of wool back on his return journey.
    • Keelboat and steamboat navigation was always treacherous, and with the arrival of railroads, river transportation became unimportant.
    • Rivers were open to ship navigation at that time.
    • Inland navigation also plays an important role in the transport of dangerous goods including petroleum products and liquefied gas.
  • 4

    (on Internet)
    navegación femenino
    • A built-in joystick is intended to support gaming and simplify web site navigation.
    • Another criticized the site because the navigation bar appeared only on the home page.
    • Your printed page will still show all those unwanted navigation menus and banner ads.
    • The current page should be clearly singled out from the other navigation menu options.
    • Give your site a face-lift to improve navigation, usability and accessibility.
    • Like most webloggers, I do include main navigation on every page.
    • Have consistent, intuitive navigation in the same place on every page throughout your site.
    • Do you want your navigation buttons to change when the mouse rolls over them?
    • Overview mode is a great feature allowing easy navigation of your production.
    • Some users will also need help with Web site navigation skills, including how to find the site online.
    • Site Finder is a powerful tool that improves Web navigation for users.
    • Locate the information you need more quickly and easily using the new intuitive tab navigation on each Web page.
    • The software also provides navigation tools to move the image in all directions.
    • What about that navigation menu that appears on every single page of your website?