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blast off

phrasal verb with blast uk   /blɑːst/  us   /blæst/ verb
If a rocket blasts off, it leaves the ground to go into space.
Translations of “blast off”
in Chinese (Traditional) (火箭)發射…
in Russian стартовать, взлетать…
in Turkish (uzay aracı) fırla(t)mak, büyük bir gürültüyle kalkmak, havalanmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (火箭)发射…
in Polish wystartować…
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