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piloted

verb
past tense of pilot

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1 to give advice and instruction to (someone) regarding the course or process to be followed
  • piloted the figure skater through the national championships

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2 to point out the way for (someone) especially from a position in front
  • the lead rider piloted the rest of the team

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3 to operate or control the course of
  • managed to pilot the plane to safety despite the failure of the left engine

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The first known use of piloted was in 1775

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