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A v. t. + avv.sollevare; alzare; togliere: to lift off one's hat, sollevare il cappello; to lift off a lid, togliere un coperchioB v. i. + avv.1 (di un aereo) alzarsi in volo; decollare2 (miss.: di un razzo, ecc.) partire.
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lift-off — lift offs N VAR Lift off is the beginning of a rocket s flight into space, when it leaves the ground. The lift off was delayed about seven minutes... The rocket tumbled out of control shortly after lift off … English dictionary
Lift-on-lift-off-Schiff — das; [e]s, e <zu engl. to lift on »aufladen« u. to lift off »abladen«> Frachtschiff, das durch Kräne vertikal be u. entladen wird … Das große Fremdwörterbuch
lift-on, lift-off — /lɪft ˌɒn/ (say lift .on), /lɪft ˈɒf/ (say lift of) adjective of or relating to a method of transportation of goods in which they are packed in containers which can be easily moved from ship to wharf by forklifts: lift on, lift off shipping … Australian English dictionary
lift-off — /ˈlɪft ɒf / (say lift of) noun Also, blast off. 1. the start of a rocket s flight from its launching pad. –adjective 2. removable by lifting: a lift off lid … Australian English dictionary
lift·off — /ˈlıftˌɑːf/ noun, pl offs : the upward movement from the ground by a rocket, helicopter, or space vehicle as it begins flight [noncount] moments after liftoff We have liftoff! [count] a series of successful liftoffs … Useful english dictionary
lift-off — n [U and C] the moment when a vehicle that is about to travel in space leaves the ground →↑take off … Dictionary of contemporary English
lift-off — ► NOUN ▪ the vertical take off of a spacecraft, rocket, etc … English terms dictionary
lift-off — lift ,off noun count or uncount 1. ) => NOTE the time when a space vehicle goes up from the ground into the air 2. ) MAINLY JOURNALISM the time when something important or exciting will happen … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English