"catapult" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

catapult
[ˈkætəpʌlt]
sustantivo
1. tirachinas m inv (hand-held) (británico); catapulta (f) (mediaeval siege weapon, on aircraft carrier)
verbo transitivo
también:
  • to be catapulted into the air -> salir despedido(a) por los aires
  • to catapult somebody to stardom -> lanzar or catapultar a alguien al estrellato

catapult [ka-ta-palt]
sustantivo
1. Catapulta, máquina antigua de guerra para arrojar piedras, lanzas, etc..
sustantivo
.(Aviat., Mil.) Catapulta; (GB) tirachinas, honda, resortera, cauchera, tiragoma
  • The crash catapulted her through the windshield -> el choque la hizo saltar disparada por el parabrisas
va. Catapultar.

catapult [ˈkætəpʌlt]
noun
1 (Britain) (slingshot) tirador (m); tirachinas (m)
2 (Aer) (Mil) catapulta (f)
verb:transitive
1 (Aer) catapultar
2
he was catapulted to fame fue catapultado a la fama
verb:intransitive
his record catapulted to number one su disco subió catapultado al número uno

Verb Conjugations for "catapult" (go to la catapulta)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I catapult I catapulted I will catapult
you catapult you catapulted you will catapult
he/she catapults he/she catapulted he/she will catapult
we catapult we catapulted we will catapult
you catapult you catapulted you will catapult
they catapult they catapulted they will catapult
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