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launch pad

noun [C]
 
 
( UK also launching pad)
a special area from which rockets or missiles are sent into the sky
(火箭)發射台,發射架
The rocket blew up on the launch pad.
火箭在發射臺上爆炸了。
figurative Soap operas have long been a launch pad for film actors.
長期以來,連續劇一直都是電影演員走紅的跳板。
Space travelArms and munitions in general
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in Chinese (Simplified) (火箭)发射台,发射架…
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