Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The former were more immediately successful, with the development of jet-assisted take-off; but the latter clearly offered greater longer-term promise.
He never had a chance, for Professor Hinckelberg made a jet-assisted take-off and was immediately in full flight.
The Navy beat the Army, and secured his services to build liquid-fueled rockets for jet-assisted take-off of aircraft.
JATO or ""jet-assisted take-off" refers to the use of rockets to provide additional thrust for starting aircraft.
JATO stands for 'Jet-assisted take-off' (and the similar RATO for 'Rocket-assisted take-off').
Yakutat provided quarters and subsistence for the crews of the Mariners and furnished the planes with gasoline, lubricating oil, and jet-assisted take-off (JATO) units.
The Little Joe's fuselage was essentially the same as the standard Aerojet Jet-Assisted Take-Off (JATO) rocket, ordinarily used to provide additional takeoff thrust for heavily-loaded aircraft.
Economic recovery can give a jet-assisted take-off to a politician; in only seven months, it has lifted Mr. Clinton from the worst approval rating for any President since World War II so early in his term.