wind tee
noun Date: 1932 a large weather vane shaped like a horizontal letter T on or near a landing field

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  • wind tee — ☆ wind tee n. a large T shaped weather vane placed on a landing field, as to show wind direction for aircraft …   English World dictionary

  • wind tee — wind′ tee [[t]wɪnd[/t]] n. aer. a large, T shaped weather vane on or near an airfield • Etymology: 1930–35, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • wind tee — noun weather vane shaped like a T and located at an airfield • Hypernyms: ↑weathervane, ↑weather vane, ↑vane, ↑wind vane * * * noun : a large weather vane shaped like an airplane or a horizontal letter T located on or near a landing field to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wind tee — A T shaped free rotating device to indicate wind direction. Sometimes, it is used as a landing direction indicator. On appraoch charts, the wind tee is shown as . Also called a tee …   Aviation dictionary

  • wind tee — /wind/ a large, T shaped weather vane on or near an airfield. Also called air tee, landing tee. [1930 35, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • wind vane — noun mechanical device attached to an elevated structure; rotates freely to show the direction of the wind • Syn: ↑weathervane, ↑weather vane, ↑vane • Hypernyms: ↑mechanical device • Hyponyms: ↑weathercock, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wind It Up — Single par Gwen Stefani extrait de l’album The Sweet Escape Sortie 31 octobre 2006 (Amérique du Nord) décembre 2006(monde) Enregistrement 2005 Durée 3:09 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • TEE Le Mistral — Der Mistral war ein berühmter Fernzug der SNCF, der Paris mit Marseille und Nizza verband. Er erhielt seinen Namen von dem so bezeichneten starken Wind, der aus nordwestlicher Richtung über Frankreich in den Mittelmeerraum weht. Mit einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • TEE Mistral — Der Mistral war ein berühmter Fernzug der SNCF, der Paris mit Marseille und Nizza verband. Er erhielt seinen Namen von dem so bezeichneten starken Wind, der aus nordwestlicher Richtung über Frankreich in den Mittelmeerraum weht. Mit einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tee off — verb a) To hit the first shot of the hole, from the tee. I always check the wind direction before I tee off. b) To irritate, vex, or annoy. Boy, do his jibes ev …   Wiktionary

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