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  1. List of paraphrases for "lift-off":

    take-off, takeoff, liftoff

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  1. Ulrich Leuchtmann:

    The later the lockdowns are imposed, the stricter and probably longer they are, if that were to happen, the market’s optimism that the Bank of England might dare a lift-off, i.e. the first rate hike, might be shattered somewhat.

  2. Peter Attard Montalto:

    Regionally the PMIs show CEE as having solid growth foundations into this period of greater uncertainty around China demand and Fed lift off.

  3. Andrew Wilkinson:

    Regardless of the global dislocation for equities, investors still seem to be preparing for a lift-off in the fed funds rate, there's not a lot to stop the onset of tightening at some point in the near future.

  4. Rocket Lab:

    Neutron is a new generation of rocket that will advance the way space is accessed, and Virginia makes perfect sense as a significant site for Neutron’s early development, its position on the eastern seaboard is the ideal location to support both Neutron’s expected frequent launch cadence and the rocket’s return-to-Earth capability of landing back at its launch site after lift-off.

  5. Robert Bleischwitz:

    The fans in front help to produce an air cushion, because the wing is tilted like a wedge and so the air is trapped below the wing surface and like a hovercraft it can elevate up at the beginning, so it can really lift off at nearly zero speed. And later you can tilt these thrusters in the front to get into a more streamlined, so which is then in the performance, better. So you use tillable rotors in the front to lift off at lower speed and fly at higher speed.

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