Adjective(1) (nautical, aeronautical
Adverb(1) at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane
(1) The area of unknown damage aft near the bow on the starboard side was only a few metres past the housed anchor.(2) An airman inspector noticed the starboard aft wheel was missing all but one of its lug nuts.(3) The galley is aft to port and has a stove, oven, top loading icebox and double sink.(4) When we got to our ship, they weren't ready for us to land, so we had to orbit a mile aft of the ship while they got set up.(5) Behind the helm there is a double seat facing aft and a small wet bar behind the port side lounge.(6) It is an unusual design of ship, a collier with engine-room aft and wheelhouse amidships.(7) The armory was really divided up into two separate rooms in the aft portion of the ship.(8) When he went aft to add some oil to the engine, he slipped on spilled oil and fell overboard.(9) All her aft compartments flooded, swiftly sending the boat to the muddy floor of the loch, 55 ft down.(10) I went under the nose and climbed up the ladder built into the bottom hatch just aft of the nose wheel.(11) It was at that time that another depth charge exploded close to the aft starboard fin.(12) The entire stern section of the wreck is tilted aft and to starboard.(13) We all followed and went aft of the aircraft, away from anything that might injure or kill us.(14) Navigation can be particularly difficult on the aft part of the wreck.(15) The vessel is dual decked and the aluminium deckhouse is fitted aft of midship.(16) The stern is beginning to split from the aft part of the wreck and is falling to starboard.
1. abaft ::
2. astern ::
1. fore ::
2. forward ::
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