Launch and Takeoff

Launch

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Launch noun – A rising from a surface at the start of a flight (as of a rocket).
Usage example: the reporters held their collective breath as they silently watched the space shuttle's launch

Takeoff is a synonym for launch. In some cases you can use "Takeoff" instead a noun "Launch".
Nearby Words: launched, launching, launcher, launchable
Synonyms for Launch

Takeoff

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Takeoff noun – A rising from a surface at the start of a flight (as of a rocket).
Usage example: make sure your tray table is safely put away during takeoff

Launch is a synonym for takeoff in leaving topic. You can use "Launch" instead a noun "Takeoff".
Synonyms for Takeoff

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  • Military Mashup Machine The first one, Scinfaxi, had a rear takeoff area for Harriers and F-35s, while the Hrimfaxi had unmanned aircraft in vertical launch tubes (it can even launch them while submerged!).
  • The whole idea was so poorly worked out that there were multiple incidents of these aircraft destroying themselves on takeoff with their own launch wheels.
  • In Independence Day, Russell Casse, now sobered-up, accidentally starts a missile launch sequence while preparing for takeoff.
    Source: Wiper Start
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