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rocket

noun [C] (DEVICE)
裝置
 
 
/ˈrɒk.ɪt/ US  /ˈrɑː.kɪt/
a large cylindrical object which moves very fast by forcing out burning gases, and which is used for space travel or as a weapon
火箭;火箭引擎;火箭彈
They launched a rocket to the planet Venus.
他們向金星發射了一枚火箭。
The rebels were firing anti-tank rockets.
叛軍在發射反坦克火箭彈。
Bombs and missilesSpace travel
( also skyrocket) a type of firework that flies up into the air before exploding
焰火;煙花;火箭式空中大煙火
Fireworks
Translations of “rocket”
in Korean 로켓…
in Arabic صاروخ…
in French fusée, roquette…
in Italian razzo, missile…
in Russian ракета, реактивный снаряд…
in Turkish roket, füze, bomba…
in Polish rakieta…
in Spanish cohete…
in Portuguese foguete…
in German die Rakete…
in Catalan coet…
in Japanese ロケット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 装置, 火箭, 火箭发动机…
(Definition of rocket noun (DEVICE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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