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lift-off

[ˈlɪftɒf] Ndespegue m

lift-off

[ˈlɪftˌɒf] ndecollo
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The chief executive of the company said that the Ariane 5 suffered an anomaly around an hour after the lift-off.
Although there have been other airborne incidents before and since, this event comes to mind for many people in motorsports when discussing aerodynamic lift-off of race vehicles.
In order to achieve this goal it is required the interaction of two different technological processes: epitaxial lift-off and layer transfer.
The cash goes into a budget pot of PS138,000 of development funding, which will give the project lift-off.
THE LOCAL stock market opened the week in an upbeat mood on rising bets that the US interest rate lift-off won't happen for the rest of the year.
LINE-UP An array of balloons on the ground preparing for lift-off
Tokyo: Japan on Sunday successfully launched a back-up spy satellite, its aerospace agency said, after cancelling an earlier lift-off due to bad weather.
The Egyptian short film "The Visit", directed by Mohamed Karim, has been selected to be screened at the Los Angeles Lift-Off Film Festival.
Aerospace firms ready for lift-off THE aerospace sector in Birmingham and Solihull is set for extra lift-off as one of the largest industrial clusters in the UK heads to an international show.
And it's the Lift-Off audience which determines on voting cards which films deserve to be screened at all four sister festivals, in London, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Liverpool.
Sriharikota, Nov 5 ( ANI ): India is all set for its maiden Mars mission with its satellite, Mangalyn, scheduled for a lift-off today from the balmy space port of Sriharikota in coastal Andhra Pradesh.
The requirement was for a lift-on, lift-off cover with frontal access and a minimal but effective method for securing it in place.