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English translation of 'piloter'

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piloter

[pilɔte ]
Verb Table transitive verb
1.  [avion] to flyto pilot
2.  [voiture] to drive
3.  [navire] to pilot
4.  (Computing)
piloté par menu menu-driven
5.  (figurative)
piloter qn to guide sb round

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Example Sentences Including 'piloter'

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A -t -il la force, le talent, l'épaisseur pour piloter dans la tempête.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Je proposerai aux ONG de piloter cette mission pour laquelle elles seront dotées des moyens nécessaires ", a déclaré Lionel Jospin.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
On ne sait plus comment diriger, piloter, gouverner, et plus on s'entête à user des anciennes méthodes, moins les résultats sont bons.
Sérieyx, Hervé Le Big Bang des organisations
Saint-Exupéry, qui aurait pu lui apprendre à piloter son Caudron rouge pendant le tournage de Courrier Sud l'honneur.
Marie Claire

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Used Occasionally. piloter is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'piloter' in Other Languages

British English: navigate VERB
When someone navigates a ship or an aircraft somewhere, they decide which course to follow and steer it there. You can also say that a ship or an aircraft navigates somewhere.
He was responsible for safely navigating his ship without accident.
British English: pilot VERB
If someone pilots an aircraft or ship, they act as its pilot.
He piloted his own plane part of the way to the capitol.

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Translation of piloter from the Collins French to English
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