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blast·off

also blast-off  (blăst′ôf′, -ŏf′)
n.
The launch, especially of a rocket.
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blast-off

noun launch, launching, take off, discharge, projection, lift-off, propelling, sendoff The planned launch was called off four minutes before blast-off.
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blast-off

[ˈblɑːstɒf] N [of spacecraft] → despegue m
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The first blast-offs are at 11am and 6.45pm tomorrow and 1pm and 6.45pm on Sunday, followed by weekday screenings at 11am and 7pm.