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rocket sciencenoun [U]

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TRANSPORT the scientific study of rockets: The technology encompasses rocket science and jet engines.
(it's) not rocket science
informal used to say that you do not think that something is very difficult to do or to understand: Choosing the best pension provider is not rocket science.
(Definition of rocket science from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 火箭科学,火箭学…
in Chinese (Traditional) 火箭科學,火箭學…
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