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    1. требование; (техническое) условие
    2. потребность; потребное значение < характеристики>
    3. <pl> (технические) требования; нормы
    aircrew requirement
    airlift cargo requirements
    airworthiness requirements
    cat. C requirements
    civil airworthiness requirements
    control requirements
    crash tolerance requirements
    cross wind requirements
    cruise requirements
    damage tolerance requirements
    deck requirements
    durability requirements
    engine-out requirements
    fidelity requirements
    fireworthiness requirements
    flutter requirements
    joint airworthiness requirements
    long-range requirement
    longitudinal axis requirements
    maneuver-dependent requirements
    military requirements
    mission requirements
    noise requirements
    nonnegativity requirements
    off-axis weapon requirement
    open-loop requirements
    orthogonality requirement
    overstated requirement
    physical realizability requirement
    pitch-down trim requirements
    point performance requirements
    preliminary requirements
    rate-of-climb requirements
    rewing requirements
    robustness requirement
    roll requirements
    smoke requirements
    stiffness requirements
    supersonic requirement
    supportability requirements
    system level requirements
    task related requirements
    technical requirements
    test requirements
    time-to-bank roll requirements
    transient requirements
    trim requirements
    two fail-operate requirement
    two-failure-tolerant requirement
    upload requirement
    use requirements
    velocity requirement
    vertical takeoff requirement
    viewing requirements

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