Definitions for "Slew"
To move something rapidly, controlled by Servo systems. In our case, to slew a radar antenna or a radar range gate.
In motion control, the portion of a move made at a constant non-zero velocity.
A movement of the satellite to point from one target to another.
Keywords:  slay, imp
imp. of Slay.
Slewing refers to rotating the excavator's house assembly. Unlike a conventional backhoe, the operator can "slew" the entire house and workgroup upon the undercarriage for spoil placement. This introduces minimal fatigue to the operator as his body is traveling with the workgroup for maximum visibility and minimal body movement. Compact excavators feature a full 360ยบ of unlimited rotational capability.
Keywords:  spaceraft, acceleration
a spaceraft acceleration
Keywords:  slue, see
See Slue.
Keywords:  webster, plenty, trouble, batch, extent
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
a large number according to Webster
Keywords:  inlet, wet, river, place
A wet place; a river inlet.
Keywords:  clock, tells, gradually, correct, step'
To adjust gradually the time of a clock until it tells the correct time. Compare with ``step''.