Hindi translation of launch
launchPowered by COBUILD /lɔːntʃ लॉन्च्/
Word forms: launches, launching, launched
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb, countable noun
To launch a ship or a lifeboat means to put it into water, often for the first time. The occasion when this happens is called its launch.
जल में उतारना/जलावतरण mn
जल प्रवेश mn
⇒ Coastguards launched three lifeboats. ⇒ The launch of a ship was a big occasion.
2. transitive verb, variable noun
To launch a rocket, missile, or satellite means to send it into the air or into space. You can also refer to its launch.
प्रक्षेपित करना/प्रक्षेपण mn
⇒ A Delta II rocket was launched from Cape Canaveral. ⇒ This morning's launch of the space shuttle Columbia has been delayed.
3. transitive verb, countable noun
To launch a large and important activity, for example a military attack, means to start it. The start of something like this is its launch.
आरंभ करना/आरंभ mn
⇒ The President was on holiday when the coup was launched. ⇒ ...the launch of a nationwide advertising campaign.
4. transitive verb, countable noun
If a company launches a new product, it starts to make it available to the public. You say this is the launch of the product.
(उत्पाद को) बाजार में उतारना/उत्पाद का बाज़ार में अवतरण mn
⇒ Crabtree & Evelyn has just launched a new jam. ⇒ The company's spending has risen following the launch of a new magazine.
⇒ launch a product/model/brand/book/magazine/car ⇒ the launch of something ⇒ a product/book launch ⇒ an official launch ⇒ announce/delay/postpone a launch
SIMILAR WORDSunveilThere are a range of words to talk about starting something. A company or an organization launches a new project or a new product.
⇒ The charity has launched a new website for parents.You establish, form or found a new organization or system.
⇒ The current system was established in the early 1970s. ⇒ The seven airlines formed a consortium. ⇒ The company was founded in 1978 by the current managing director.
If you launch into something such as a speech, task, or fight, you start it enthusiastically.
⇒ Geoff has launched himself into fatherhood with great enthusiasm.
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Example Sentences Including 'launch'
The sun glinted from the windows of the launch moored to the jetty.The Last Raven
Trouble is, the launch operator couldn't remember the name of the street.High Stand
Spectrum are planning to launch their program in three months ' time.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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'launch' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُطْلِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: lançar
- Chinese: 发起
- Croatian: lansirati
- Czech: vypustit vypouštětraketu apod.
- Danish: opsende
- Dutch: lanceren
- European Spanish: lanzar proyectil
- Finnish: lanseerata
- French: lancer
- German: vom Stapel lassen
- Greek: θέτω σε κίνηση
- Italian: lanciare
- Japanese: 進水させる
- Korean: (배를) 진수시키다
- Norwegian: sette i gang
- Polish: wypuścić wypuszczać
- Portuguese: lançar
- Romanian: a lansa
- Russian: запускать
- Spanish: lanzar
- Swedish: lansera
- Thai: ปล่อย
- Turkish: fırlatmak
- Ukrainian: запускати запустити
- Vietnamese: phóng
Translation of launch from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary