Catapult

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British pronunciation/kˈætɐpˌʌlt/
American pronunciation/ˈkætəˌpəɫt/
to catapult
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to throw something or someone with a sudden and forceful motion

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Catapult
01

a large weapon that was used in ancient times to throw stones or other objects with great force

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a plaything consisting of a Y-shaped stick with elastic between the arms; used to propel small stones

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a device that launches aircraft from a warship

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The young inventor built a small model to catapult marbles across the room.
The ski jump was designed to catapult skiers into the air for a thrilling descent.
The trapdoor opened, and the circus performer was catapulted into the air, landing safely in the net below.
During the competition, teams built machines to catapult pumpkins as far as possible.
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