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blast-off

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈblɑːst.ɒf/ US  /ˈblæst.ɑːf/
the moment when a spacecraft leaves the ground
(太空船的)發射(時刻)
Five seconds to blast-off!
距發射還剩五秒鐘!
Space travelTravelling by aircraftAviationMovement through the air
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