Start and Takeoff


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Start noun – The point at which something begins.
Takeoff and start are semantically related. in beginning topic. In some cases you can use "Takeoff" instead a noun "Start".
Nearby Words: started, startled, starting, starter, startup
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Takeoff noun – A rising from a surface at the start of a flight (as of a rocket).
Start and takeoff are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Start" instead the word "Takeoff" as a noun or a verb.
Synonyms for Takeoff

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  • Every Car Is a Pinto The 747 at the start of Final Destination blows up in a very Pinto-esque manner only a few seconds after takeoff.
  • Worse still are airplanes; if they lack vertical takeoff and landing capabilities (as most do), they literally CANNOT stop while in the air; if they were to try, they would start falling, resulting in velocity in a different direction.
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