Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pilot"

The meaning of "Pilot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The pilot parcel machine can be set up without any developments from the customer’s side mean?
A: how tricky this word can be
my grandpa is developing his developments without the development of his developers

my grandpa is building his houses without the input of his builders.
Q: What does But he says all around him, pilots are HEDGING THEIR BETS, starting new businesses such as selling real estate or taking other sales jobs mean?
A: Hedgin bets is a betting strategy to ensure profit
Q: What does pilot mean?
A: A pilot is an individual who operates a vehicle, especially an airplane. A pilot is also the name given to the first episode of a TV series.
Q: What does pilot study mean?
A: When you conduct a study (for example a study of 100 students), you might want to test your study first on a smaller number of participants. This is called a pilot study. It is a smaller test study for the larger study that can help you check whether your study method is sound and effective. Hope this helps.
Q: What does pilot projects mean?
A: A “pilot project” (試點項目) is a small, preliminary study that is conducted in order to evaluate the possibility, financial requirements, time, and size of a full-scale research project. It is done to attempt to predict an appropriate sample size and improve upon the study design prior to the actual full-scale research project.

Example sentences using "Pilot"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pilot project.
A: The central government has decided to roll out this pilot project in Nagasaki, Kobe, and Hakodate before fully implementing it throughout the country next year.

Synonyms of "Pilot" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pilot and captain ?
A: A pilot is a person who operates the aircraft.

A captain means a person in command of a ship/vessel. It can mean the leader/head/boss.

A pilot can be a captain of the airplane. There are also captains of a ship.
Q: What is the difference between the pilot flies planes and the pilot flies plane ?
A: the pilot flies planes = you are speaking generally, the pilot's job is to fly planes (you might say this to make it clear that he doesn't fly helicopters, for example)

the pilot flies plane = incorrect. You can say:

The pilot flies that/this plane = You are pointing out which specific plane the pilot flies.

The pilot flies the plane = You are explaining the job of the pilot in a more specific/immediate situation:
Pilot: "Good morning passengers, this is your pilot speaking,"
Passenger 1: "What does the pilot do?"/"What does pilot mean?"
Passenger 2: "The pilot files the plane."
Here you are explaining the job of the pilot in the context of the plane you are currently sitting on.

The pilot flies a plane = This is pretty much another way to say the pilot flies planes. "the pilot files a plane" (he doesn't fly a helicopter)
Q: What is the difference between pilot case and model case and test case ?
A: A pilot is a kind of test. In a pilot, something is used in a real situation.

A model is an example, it can be theoretical or from the real world.

A test case is any kind of test for something.

We will be using Hokkaido as a pilot case.
We developed this model case in our laboratory.
We hope this test case will reveal any problems.
Q: What is the difference between i am going to make a pilot. and i am going to become a pilot. ?
A: If you're going to make a pilot, you're physically making one, like "I am going to make a cake"
I am going to become a pilot means it will be your profession/job. Do you understand?

Translations of "Pilot"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pilot run
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a pilot
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Хочу сходить на концерт Twenty one pilots
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to be a pilot since I graduated from college.
A: i have wanted to be a pilot since I graduated from college

Other questions about "Pilot"

Q: In a pilot project there were some positive effects such as less crimes, less poor, less unemployment rate, and increase income.
does this sound natural?
A: In a pilot project, there were some positive effects such as less/lower crime, less poverty, less unemployment, and increased income.
Q: A pilot is investigating the causes with check list. does this sound natural?
A: A pilot is investigating the causes with check list. “A pilot is investigating the causes with a check list”
Q: The pilot pressed the button, then the roof/head of the plane opened above and he jumped up out. does this sound natural?
A: when the pilot pressed the button, the canopy flew away and he was ejected out.
Q: I want be a pilot does this sound natural?
A: "I want to be a pilot."

Just needed the "to".
Q: You are the best pilot that I have ever fly with. does this sound natural?
A: You are the best pilot (that) I've ever flown with

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