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phrasal verbs

phrasal verbs in aviation

pass on to deliver a message to a third person
lift off to go into the air
put out to extinguish
make up to recover lost ground
run out of to have less and less of sth
run away to move out of control
pull up to discontinue an approach
run up to test engine operation on the ground
touch down to make contact with the ground; land
turn off to leave a runway or taxiway
switch off to cause (a device) to stop operating by or as if by moving a switch, knob, or lever; turn off
speak up to speak loud enough to be audible
shut off to stop a fluid supply
turn up to increase a volume or intensity of sth
shut down to stop engine or APU
switch over transfer from one system, frequency, etc. to another
turn back to head back towards the place you come from
start up to turn on the engines
take over to replace someone in the function they are performing
print out to produce printed information
Created by: Stankova