launch

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈlɔːntʃ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/lɔntʃ, lɑntʃ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(lônch, länch)


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launch

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. launch a [rocket, satellite, shuttle]
  2. launched a [rocket] to [the moon, Saturn]
  3. launched into [space, orbit]
  4. launch a new [product, service, chain]
  5. launched for [mobile devices, PC]
  6. launched in [January]
  7. launch a [campaign, invasion]
  8. launch an [inquiry, investigation] into
  9. launched by the [company, government, minister, agency]
  10. launched to [promote, help, offer, create]
  11. [plans, ready, decided, about] to launch
  12. launched [successfully, disastrously]
  13. launch into [discussion, debate, a lecture]
  14. about to launch into [a story, an explanation, an anecdote]
  15. before you launch into [something, it]
  16. he launched himself [at, on, into]
n
  1. a [rocket, space] launch
  2. a [successful, failed] rocket launch
  3. [exploded, failed] at launch
  4. a [product, fashion, makeup] launch
  5. a (new) product launch
  6. the launch of a new product
  7. the launch of a new [brand, range] of
  8. a [book, movie] launch
  9. a [successful, strategic, big] launch
  10. the official launch will be in [June]
  11. the launch is schedule for [June]
  12. [invited to, attended, spoke at] the launch
  13. getting [ready, prepared] for the launch of
  14. the [rocket, product] is ready for launch
n as adj
  1. the launch date is
  2. hold a launch party
  3. [at, on] the launch [site, pad]
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