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soft-landing spacecraft

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  • soft landing — n 1.) a situation in which a ↑spacecraft comes down onto the ground gently and without any damage ≠ ↑crash landing 2.) if the ↑economy of a country has a soft landing, it does not experience bad effects after an attempt to control increases in… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • soft landing — ☆ soft landing n. a landing of a spacecraft on a planet or moon without damage to the craft or its contents …   English World dictionary

  • Soft landing — A soft landing in the business cycle is the process of an economy shifting from growth to slow growth to potentially flat, as it approaches but avoids a recession. It is usually caused by government attempts to slow down inflation. [… …   Wikipedia

  • soft landing — /ˈsɒft lændɪŋ/ (say soft landing) noun 1. a landing by a spacecraft on the moon or some other celestial body which is so gentle that no injury is caused to equipment or crew. Compare hard landing (def. 1). 2. the placement of someone in another… …  

  • soft landing — soft′ land′ing n. ars a landing by a spacecraft on a planetary body that is performed slowly, without a jarring impact • Etymology: 1960–65 …   From formal English to slang

  • soft landing — noun 1》 a controlled landing of a spacecraft during which no serious damage is incurred. 2》 the slowing down of economic growth at an acceptable degree relative to inflation and unemployment. Derivatives soft land verb …   English new terms dictionary

  • soft landing — noun (C) a situation in which a spacecraft comes down onto the ground gently and without any damage …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • soft-land|er — «SFT LAN duhr, SOFT », noun. a spacecraft designed to make a soft landing …   Useful english dictionary

  • Spacecraft — Spaceship redirects here. For other uses, see Spaceship (disambiguation). More than 100 Russian Soyuz manned spacecraft (TMA version shown) have flown since 1967, originally for a Soviet manned lunar program, but currently supporting the… …   Wikipedia

  • soft — adj., adv., & n. adj. 1 (of a substance, material, etc.) lacking hardness or firmness; yielding to pressure; easily cut. 2 (of cloth etc.) having a smooth surface or texture; not rough or coarse. 3 (of air etc.) mellow, mild, balmy; not… …   Useful english dictionary

  • soft — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sōfte, alteration of sēfte; akin to Old High German semfti soft Date: before 12th century 1. a. pleasing or agreeable to the senses ; bringing ease, comfort, or quiet < the soft influences… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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