a person who controls an aircraft or spacecraft, especially one who has been specially trained
a person with a special knowledge of a particular stretch of water, especially the entrance to a harbour, who is employed to go on board and guide ships that use it
act as a pilot to
test sth by means of a pilot scheme
acting as a trial for sth
"this painting is a copy of the original"
"The pilot flew to Cuba"
"Is anyone volunteering to navigate during the trip?"
"Who was navigating the ship during the accident?"
Like a ship without a pilot, that could only run before the wind.
A quick exchange of shouts between..pilot and..crew, and the boat moved on.
出自： I. McEwan
A fly-past of aircraft piloted by men of the R.A.F.
The first woman to pilot a hot air balloon across the English Channel.
He..was piloting steamships out of Hamburg.
出自： S. Quinn