Definition of 'launch'
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We plan to launch this campaign as early as tomorrow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She will also launch a banking app. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They said that they launched an investigation into her disappearance but did not find her. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has launched a new range of products over the year which are bringing investors in. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has since launched a theatre company there. The Sun (2016)From Egypt at least two boats are launched a day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I can't tell you anything more about the people who have launched this attack on democracy. The Sun (2017)In total the website has been visited 1.9 million times since its launch, but many people may be making multiple visits. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Rival bank bosses say, at the right price and for the right assets, they would be willing to launch a rescue bid. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We are going to launch an online campaign to expand the national helpline ourselves too. The Sun (2012)There have been quite a few social media networks launched by famous people? Times, Sunday Times (2013)These are hardly the figures to make a launch party fizz. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Cops have launched an investigation but the woman had not yet been formally identified. The Sun (2013)On the first few days of a new launch it may be difficult to get through. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The subsequent success of this promotion gave our new company a royal launching. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)But her bid to launch a comeback is still far from rosy. The Sun (2007)Fishermen launch their boats and sell their fresh catch daily by the shores to eager onlookers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Cyprus will now launch a campaign featuring stamps and posters of the new national symbols. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The identity of one of the most optimistic people after the launch also surprised me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why did his motor launch driver dress in a dinner jacket on the night of the wedding party? Times, Sunday Times (2014)The book is highly practical and will be helpful for those planning churches that intend to launch large and grow rapidly. Christianity Today (2000)The firm has launched an investigation. The Sun (2009)You see the world in your own special way today and a picture you take could make money or launch a career. The Sun (2007)The unmanned aircraft can only launch airstrikes over Iraq. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Coalition aircraft have launched at least 36 strikes in the past week. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Or it can be done by motor launch, staying in luxury wilderness lodges en route. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The skincare brand has launched its first colour collection, all designed to give you that healthy glow. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In the past week many new accounts were launched by large providers, but most come with painful caveats. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'launch'
British English: launch /lɔːntʃ/ VERB
To launch a rocket, missile, or satellite means to send it into the air or into space.
They plan to launch a satellite to study cosmic rays.
- American English: launch
- Arabic: يُطْلِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: lançar
- Chinese: 发起
- Croatian: lansirati
- Czech: vypustit raketu 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
- European Portuguese: lançar
- Romanian: a lansa
- Russian: запускать
- Spanish: lanzar
- Swedish: lansera
- Thai: ปล่อย
- Turkish: fırlatmak
- Ukrainian: запускати
- Vietnamese: phóng
Definition of launch from the Collins English Dictionary
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