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1rocket/ˈrɑːkət/noun
pluralrockets
1rocket
/ˈrɑːkət/
noun
pluralrockets
Learner's definition of ROCKET  
[count] : a type of very powerful engine that is powered by gases that are released from burning fuel— often used before another noun
[count] : a spacecraft or missile that is powered by a rocket engine
[count] : a firework that goes high in the air before exploding
— called also skyrocket
[noncount]British 
2rocket/ˈrɑːkət/verb
rocketsrocketedrocketing
2rocket
/ˈrɑːkət/
verb
rocketsrocketedrocketing
Learner's definition of ROCKET  
[no object] : to increase quickly and suddenly— often + up
always followed by an adverb or preposition : to move or rise quickly
[no object]
[+ object]
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