Adjective "blastoff" definition and examples

(Blastoff may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈblɑːstɒf/

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Definitions and examples

noun

The launching of a rocket or spacecraft.
  1. figurative 'the policy was now in place for blast-off'
  2. 'Both teams filmed the blast-off into space using specially-adapted three dimensional cameras.'
  3. 'It's like a countdown to a blast-off of a rocket ship - like there's no way of stopping it.'
  4. 'With three days to go to blast-off, the troops meet in a popular bar.'
  5. 'The rocket carrying a telecommunications satellite exploded after blast-off from the southwest of the province.'
  6. 'The only genuine parts of the whole televised event were the blast-off and splashdown.'
  7. 'After that, it's another blast-off into unapologetically muscular techno.'
  8. 'The first explorer is slated for blast-off from the Mojave Desert in 2007.'
  9. 'The chief engineer declared the mission on target to meet the scheduled blast-off tomorrow from the world's oldest space facility.'
  10. 'It's blast-off for a campaign to clear graffiti from the whole of city centre.'
  11. 'Europe's first mission to the Moon looks set for a July blast-off.'

More definitions

1. the launching of a rocket, guided missile, or spacecraft.

More examples(as adjective)

"wills can be blastoff."