Definition of slewing in English:

slewing

noun

Electronics
  • The response of an electronic device to a sudden large increase in input, especially one that causes the device to respond at its maximum rate.

    • ‘The performances of a six-position dwell calibration and an optimal slewing calibration are determined to be dependent on the mission.’
    • ‘For example, the slewing maneuvers will arise with application of torque.’
    • ‘The BAT detects bursts and initiates the autonomous slewing to bring the XRT and the Ultraviolet / Optical Telescope within focus of the burst.’

Pronunciation:

slewing

/ˈslo͞oiNG/