rocket en Árabe

Pronunciación
‏صاروخ، قذيفة، سهم ناري‏
‏إشتم، إنطلق بسرعة، ترتفع الأسعار بصورة جنونية، إشتهر، أطلق صاروخ‏

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Hamas and other militants have fired hundreds of rockets into Israel in recent days.
(Source: Voice of America)
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In Israel, a rocket fired from Gaza damaged a house in the town of Netivot, without any reports of injuries.
(Source: Voice of America)
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However, the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) denied this, saying that the rockets that struck the hospital and park were fired by Palestinian militants.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The attackers were equipped with automatic weapons and rocket launchers.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The private U.S. company Orbital Sciences Corporation (OSC) launched the capsule filled with cargo called Cygnus with an Antares rocket.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The military fires a rocket during a maneuver.
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Therefore, it always has two extra rockets, so-called solid boosters strapped to it, to make its way into space. When landing, parachutes were opened to additionally slow the fast space shuttle down.
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“No country can accept rocket attacks on its civilian population, and we support the right of Israel to defend itself against these vicious attacks,” Earnest said.
(Voice of America)
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“In the strongest terms, I condemn the actions of Hamas, who continue firing rockets in opposition to good faith efforts to reach a cease-fire, which Egypt and Israel have been working towards together,” Kerry said to reporters in Vienna.
(Voice of America)
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A Russian Soyuz rocket departed from Kazakhstan on Tuesday, carrying two Russian cosmonauts and a U.S. astronaut to the International Space Station.
(Voice of America)
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Sinónimos

1. spacecraft: booster, propulsion
2. missile: projectile, torpedo, mortar
3. climb skyward: zoom, ascend, sky-rocket, soar, shoot up



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