from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The second or relief pilot of an aircraft.

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  • n. a relief or assistant pilot of an aircraft
  • v. To serve as relief or assistant pilot.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a relief pilot on an airplane


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  • “Nightmare flight, stand by for conditions at Yuma,” called the copilot of the KC-10.

    A Nightmare’s Prayer

  • By now, though, replacing his copilot was the least of Roy's Cannonball problems.

    The Pedal-to-the-Metal, Totally Illegal, Cross-Country Sprint for Glory

  • LEMON: Well, the copilot was the only survivor of last summer's Comair crash in Kentucky and he is said to remember none of it.

    CNN Transcript Jan 17, 2007

  • If there were any others, he added to himself, wondering if he and the copilot were the only Americans still left on board the helicopter.

    Arctic Fire

  • The copilot was the sort who'd happily don a lampshade and dance on a tabletop to liven up a party.

    The Dig

  • Last week, her copilot was her sister, Heather, of Top Stories

  • When she gets there, she finds that the copilot is her dad, HRG.

    Cinema Blend Feeds

  • Recently of them are smashed with the of grace that vein to the lift of the password copilot and homebrew student.

  • Pilot ") * TAGCEN shows Hummel as" pilot/operator ", Milliner as" copilot "- i.e., both crewmen. 1993 and 2003 CACCFs concur.

    Milliner, William P.

  • Customers can use Pilot's new "copilot" system for booking, shipping and tracking.

    Awkward Air Freight


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