launch noun translate to Russian: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "launch" - English-Russian dictionary


noun [C]
SENDING the launching of a spacecraft, ship, or weapon
запуск (ракеты), спуск на воду (судна), выпуск (снаряда)
Poor weather delayed the space shuttle's launch.Space travel
BEGINNING the beginning of an activity
открытие, начало
The campaign's launch was a well-publicized event.Beginnings and starts
NEW PRODUCT the time when a new product or service becomes available
открытие, выпуск
The film's launch attracted a lot of Hollywood stars.Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
BOAT a large boat with a motor
a police launchBoats and sailing craftPassenger, cargo and military ships
Translations of “launch”
in Vietnamese xuồng máy…
in Spanish lancha…
in Thai เรือ…
in Malaysian motobot…
in French bateau de plaisance…
in German die Barkasse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 事件, 啓動儀式,發布會,發表會…
in Indonesian perahu pesiar…
in Turkish uzaya fırlatma, suya indirme, silah atışı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 事件, 启动仪式,发布会…
in Polish wystrzelenie, odpalenie, wodowanie…
(Definition of launch noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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