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blast·offalso blast-off (blăst′ôf′, -ŏf′)
The launch, especially of a rocket.
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1. (Astronautics) the launching of a rocket under its own power
2. (Astronautics) the time at which this occurs
(Astronautics) (adverb; when tr, usually passive) (of a rocket, spacemen, etc) to be launched
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blast•off(ˈblæstˌɔf, -ˌɒf, ˈblɑst-)
the launching of a rocket, guided missile, or spacecraft.
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n → Abschuss m
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blastoff[ˈblɑːstˌɒf] n (of rockets) → lancio
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