Definitions for "Cockpit"
Keywords:  kayak, paddler, canoe, pilot, cabin
In yachts and other small vessels, a space lower than the rest of the deck, which affords easy access to the cabin.
In airplanes or boats, the space where the pilot or operator sits to control the vehicle. In airplanes it is usually in the front of the fuselage. In larger airplanes it may be closed off from the cabin, where the passengers travel.
the area of the boat occupied by passengers. Floor drains provide for removing accumulated water.
A pit, or inclosed area, for cockfights.
A pit or enclosed area used for cockfighting. RCHME. In 1596 the gaoler, Robert Redhead reputedly sold stone from Clifford's Tower to build a cockpit.
a place where you pit co cks against each other
Formerly the Cock of the North pub, The Cockpit opened in 1994. Situated on Swinegate in Leeds, close to Leeds City station the venue hosts small to medium sized touring artists as well as occasional showcases for local acts. A regular competition run by promoters Futuresound (and sharing their name) gives unsigned bands from Yorkshire the chance to win a spot on the bill at the Leeds Festival.
The Privy Council room at Westminster; -- so called because built on the site of the cockpit of Whitehall palace.
Keywords:  terrible, try, decisions, place
a terrible place to try to make decisions
Keywords:  comet, command, module
comet + command module
That part of a war vessel appropriated to the wounded during an engagement.
The portion of the inside of the airplane occupied by the person(s) operating the airplane and containing the instruments and controls.