|assistant or second pilot, assistant pilot||copilot|
|(1902-1974) American pilot, first person to fly non-stop across the Atlantic Ocean from NY to Paris (in 1927)||Charles Lindbergh|
|(Archaic) landowner (according to a particular document), assistant to proofreader, document stand||copyholder|
|(from Spanish) male house servant; waiter; porter; assistant||mozo|
|accessory, auxiliary part; supplement, appendix, assistant, attached temporarily to a staff, inessential part of sentence, something extra added on||adjunct|
|acolyte, assistant at Mass, file server, food utensil, person or thing that serves; player who puts the ball into play (Sports); serving utensils (such as a spatula); waiter; computer which manages network resources and provides services to client comp...||server|
|adjutant, assistant, helper, second, aide-de-camp||aide|
|aide, helper, one who serves as an assistant to another person, servant||servitor|
|aide, military assistant||aide-de-camp|
|aircraft landing in stormy weather in which the pilot is provided with precise guidance for the final approach in landing using surveillance precision approach radar||gca (Ground-Controlled Approach)|
|aircraft lighter than air, device that floats in the air (i.e. air ballon, blimp, dirigible); balloonist, pilot of a lighter-than-air aircraft||aerostat|
|aircraft passenger, aircraft pilot, flyer, flying start, person or thing which flies; pilot, aviator; small printed notice or advertisement, printed sheet widely distributed, risky undertaking, step in straight staircase||flier|
|airfield tower to guide pilot, bracket fixing something to aircraft body, metal tower supporting high-voltage cables, tall vertical part of structure, tower used to support electrical or other wires; guide tower that serves as a landmark for airplanes;...||pylon|
|airship pilot, pilot of a lighter-than-air craft (i.e. balloon); person traveling in an airship||aeronaut|
|antigen-enhancing drug, drug-enhancing agent, helper, assistant; substance or treatment that is used as a supplement to the primary treatment (Medicine); substance added to an antigen or vaccine to increase the immune response (Immunology), helping age...||adjuvant|
|appoint a subdelegate; transfer authority or responsibilities to a subdelegate, representative of a delegate, assistant to a delegate||subdelegate|
|area above stage, ball hit high, be acceptable, be discussed increasingly, be pilot, be quick to do something, crafty, disappear, display flag on pole, edge of flag, entrance flap of tent, float through air, fly ball, fly-fishing lure, flying insect, f...||fly|
|army officer, commissioned rank (Military); officer who holds the rank of lieutenant (Military); assistant, deputy, navy officer, police officer or firefighter, second lieutenant, see also:first lieutenant||lieutenant|
|assistance, assistant, give help to somebody, help; assist, help; assistance; accessory, military aide, money or supplies, payment to lord, somebody or something helpful, subsidy for English king||aid|
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