Meaning Rudder
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The movable part of a vertical airfoil which controls the YAW of an aircraft; the fixed part being the FIN.
Source: aerofiles.com

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blade at the rear of a vehicle which can be turned to change the vehicle's direction.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A control surface on the trailing edge of the vertical part of the tail that is used to make the aircraft yaw. The rudder is controlled by rudder pedals. Pushing the left rudder pedal will tilt the rudder to the left. This will cause the nose of the aircraft to turn to the left.
Source: virtualskies.arc.nasa.gov

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a piece of wood or metal at the back of a boat or aeroplane, used for steering
Source: eenglish.in

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To dream of a rudder, you will soom[sic] make a pleasant journey to foreign lands, and new friendships will be formed. A broken rudder, augurs disappointment and sickness.   
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

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A rudder is a device (vane) used to steer a ship, boat, submarine, hovercraft, aircraft, or other vessel that moves through a fluid (generally air or water).
Source: experiland.com

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(n) a hinged vertical airfoil mounted at the tail of an aircraft and used to make horizontal course changes(n) (nautical) steering mechanism consisting of a hinged vertical plate mounted at the ster [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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        The big flat piece of steel, that when turned, will steer a ship.
Source: 20thcenturyliners.com

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A vertical plate or board for steering a boat.
Source: boatsafe.com

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Who won’t be ruled by the rudder must be ruled by the rock. Who won’t listen to reason must bear the consequences, like a ship that runs upon a rock if it will not answer the helm.
Source: bartleby.com

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The machine by which the ship is steered. Rullock
Source: woronorafire.org.au

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A vertical plate or board for steering a boat.
Source: sailinglinks.com

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A control surface on the trailing edge of the vertical stabilizer that controls the yaw motion of the aircraft - that is, the motion of the nose of the aircraft left or right. A trim system minimizes the force needed to hold the rudder in the proper position for various flight conditions.
Source: iat.gov

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The movable part of a vertical airfoil which controls the yaw of an aircraft; the fixed part being the FIN.
Source: noisequest.psu.edu

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the control surface on an aircraft that moves the tail in one direction or the other, causing the nose to yaw
Source: seizethesky.com

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A control surface on fixed-wing aircraft, usually mounted at aft end of the fuselage sticking up (like a dorsal fin), that controls yaw (heading), and is controlled by the pedals; Symbols: delta sub R; Typical Units: rad, deg;
Source: g.oswego.edu

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The tail or stern.
Source: akc.org

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A rudder is a device used to steer ships and boats. Rumen
Source: thejump.net

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The device for steering a boat.
Source: glue-it.com

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A steering device which can be placed aft, externally relative to the keel or compounded into the keel.
Source: readyayeready.com

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That implement or fitting by which the direction of a vessel is controlled by steering. Almost invariably fitted at stern, and free to move through about 35° on either side. Hinged to stern post or r [..]
Source: crewtraffic.com

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a hinged device at the stern of a vessel by which she is steered
Source: nationalhistoricships.org.uk

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An underwater appendage that controls the direction of the boat; as in: When the helmsperson turns the wheel to starboard the rudder turns to starboard followed by the boat's bow turning to starb [..]
Source: schoolofsailing.net

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A vertical plate or board for steering a boat.
Source: marineinstitute.org

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A swinging flat frame hung to the stern post of a ship, by which the ship is steered.
Source: officerofthewatch.com

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A steering device which can be placed aft, externally relative to the keel or compounded into the keel either independently or as part of the centerboard.
Source: brethrencoast.com

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  Device attached to a ship's stern that controls the ship's direction of travel.  
Source: quarterdeck.org

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Also formerly spelled 'rother'. The means of giving direction to a ship under way. Around the mid-14th century changed from an oar rudder, hung from the side of a ship, to a fixed stern rudd [..]
Source: ageofsail.net

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A board:shaped swinging vane, controlled by a tiller or wheel, and attached to the rudderpost or stern for steering and maneuvering a vessel.
Source: caribbean-pirates.com

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Derived from the old Anglo-Saxon "rother," that which guides.  The Viking "steer board" was on the starboard side of the ship.  The sternpost rudder didn't c [..]
Source: jacksjoint.com

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a flat, mobile vertical structure underwater at the stern of a ship; used to control the ship's heading.
Source: ussrankin.org

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A device used to steer a vessel
Source: abcboating.com

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A device attached upright to the stern of a ship and used to steer it.
Source: wisconsinshipwrecks.org

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a fin or blade attached under the hull’s stern used for steering.
Source: schoonerman.com

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the vertical blade at the stern of the boat that turns the boat by defection of water passing it.
Source: photographers1.com

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Steering device, usually a vertical blade attached to a post at, or near, the stern ofthe vessel
Source: dttas.ie

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A board-shaped swinging vane, controlled by a tiller or wheel, and attached to the rudderpost or stern for steering and maneuvering a vessel.
Source: marinewaypoints.com

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A Vertically hinged, flat piece of material used to control the steering of a boat
Source: morbihan-tourism.co.uk

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The tail or stern.
Source: cats-and-dogs-on-the-web.com

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A rudder is the winged control surface that causes a plane to yaw, or rotate to the side while remaining somewhat level. Rudder is more commonly referred to as yaw in reference to multicopters. The ru [..]
Source: reddit.com

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A control surface, usually installed on the trailing edge of the vertical stabilizer of an aircraft, which controls the yaw motion of the aircraft – that is, the motion of the nose of the aircraft left and right.
Source: airlines.org

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For many jet pilots the rudder is the forgotten flight control because a jet can be flown without paying much attention to it. Fighter pilots, though, make tactical use of the rudder: When you're [..]
Source: blueridgejournal.com

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The movable part of a vertical airfoil which controls the YAW of an aircraft; the fixed part being the fin.
Source: aerosdb.com

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A vertical aircraft control surface used to turn the plane without bank.
Source: voodoo-world.cz

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The movable surface on the trailing edge of the vertical fin. Operated by the action of the pilot's feet upon the rudder pedals, the rudder controls yaw. The fixed part is called the 'vertic [..]
Source: niquette.com

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Control surface hinged to the back of the vertical fin.
Source: northatlanticaviationmuseum.com

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Movable control surface, attached to trailing-edge of fin, to control aircraft movement in yaw.
Source: aviastar.org

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Used to steer the ship at the stern of the ship.
Source: menzgaming.com

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(nautical) An underwater vane used to steer a vessel. The rudder is controlled by means of a wheel, tiller or other apparatus (modern vessels can be controlled even with a joystick or an autopilot). [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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lang=en 1800s=1818 * '''1818''' — . ''''. *: But it refreshed me and filled me with such agreeable sensations that I resolved to prolong my stay on the water, and fixing the rudder in a direct p [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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Underwater fin mounted below the hull near the stern that controls boat steering.
Source: discoverboating.com

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mid-15c. alteration of Middle English rother, from Old English roðor "paddle, oar," from Proto-Germanic *rothru- (source also of Old Frisian roðer, Middle Low German roder, Middle Dutch ro [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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The movable part of a vertical airfoil which controls the YAW of an aircraft; the fixed part being the FIN.
Source: airbus.com

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A control surface, usually installed on the trailing edge of the vertical stabilizer, which controls the yaw motion of the aircraft - that is, the motion of the nose of the aircraft left and right.
Source: avjobs.com


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