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launch

noun [C] (LEAVE LAND)
离开陆地
 
 
/lɔːntʃ/ US  /lɑːntʃ/
when a ship is sent to see, or a rocket into space, for the first time
下水(船首次出航);发射(火箭首次升空)
The launch of the space shuttle was delayed for 24 hours because of bad weather.
因天气情况不佳,宇宙飞船的发射被推迟了24个小时。
Space travelArriving and departing by boat or ship
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