Significado de “launch” - en el Diccionario Inglés

launch en inglés británico

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launchnoun [ C ]

uk /lɔːntʃ/ us /lɑːntʃ/

launch noun [ C ] (EVENT)

C1 an event to celebrate or introduce something new:

How much champagne will we need for the launch?
Illness prevented her attending the launch party for her latest novel.

Más ejemplos

  • The system has been plagued with glitches ever since its launch.
  • The car has enjoyed modest success since its launch, but the Mark 2 version is expected to be far more popular.
  • Our marketing people have come up with a great idea for the launch of the new model.
  • The normally publicity-shy director will be making several public appearances for the launch of the movie.
  • She wore a Dior gown for the launch.

launchverb

uk /lɔːntʃ/ us /lɑːntʃ/

launch verb (BEGIN)

B2 [ I or T ] to begin something such as a plan or introduce something new such as a product:

The programme was launched a year ago.
The airline will launch its new transatlantic service next month.
A devastating attack was launched on the rebel stronghold.
[ + adv/prep ] UK After working for the company for several years she decided to launch out on her own and set up in business.

Más ejemplos

  • There are plans afoot to launch a new radio station.
  • The Glasgow-based company is to launch a stock-market flotation this summer.
  • The company is poised to launch its new advertising campaign.
  • The government is planning to launch a benchmarking scheme to guide consumers.
  • They're about to launch a campaign to unionize workers at all major discount supermarkets in the area.

launch verb (SEND)

C1 [ T ] to send something out, such as a new ship into the water or a spacecraft into space:

A spokesman for the dockyard said they hoped to launch the first submarine within two years.
to launch a missile
launch yourself mainly UK

to jump with great force:

The defender launched himself at the attacking player, bringing him to the ground.

Más ejemplos

  • A spokesman for the dockyard said they hoped to launch the first submarine within two years.
  • On that type of aircraft carrier, a catapult was used to help launch aircraft.
  • The boats were launched in high seas.
  • When is the rocket due to be launched?
  • They plan to launch the rocket next year.

Phrasal verb(s)

(Definición de launch del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

launch en inglés americano

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launchverb

us /lɔntʃ, lɑntʃ/

launch verb (SEND)

[ T ] to send something out, esp. a vehicle into space or a ship onto water:

On the last shuttle mission, the crew launched a communications satellite.

launch verb (BEGIN)

[ I/T ] to begin, or to introduce a new plan or product:

[ T ] We’re planning to launch a new Internet services company next month.
[ I always + adv/prep ] He launched into a verbal attack on her handling of the finances.

launchnoun

us /lɔntʃ, lɑntʃ/

launch noun (BOAT)

launch noun (BEGINNING)

[ C usually sing ] an introduction of a new plan or product:

Frank went to the launch of Hibichu’s new flat-screen TV.

launch noun (SEND)

[ C ] an act of sending something out, esp. a vehicle into space or a ship onto water:

The launch of the space shuttle was delayed by bad weather.

(Definición de launch del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

launch en inglés de negocios

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launchnoun [ C ]

uk /lɔːnʃ/ us

MARKETING the introduction of a new product or service for sale to the public:

Since its launch, the game console has sold 6.7 million units around the world.
brand/product launch The secret to a successful brand launch is planning.
launch date/event/party The company has not finalized the exact pricing structure or set a launch date.
delay/postpone a launch Bugs in the operating system delayed its launch six months.
attend/celebrate/mark a launch The event was held to mark the launch of a new online service.
announce/oversee/plan a launch
imminent/planned/successful launch

the beginning of something new, such as a plan, business, or job:

campaign/career launch It's a fresh start for the lead singer and a career launch for the artists involved.

launchverb [ I or T ]

uk /lɔːnʃ/ us

to begin something new such as a plan or business:

launch a bid/company He has not ruled out launching a takeover bid for the company.
launch an inquiry/investigation When an investigation was launched into the deal, two cofounders resigned.
launch an assault/attack/offensive The administration launched an attack on organized software piracy.
launch a campaign/initiative/scheme We launched a campaign to fight world hunger.
launch a site/website

MARKETING to introduce a new product or service for sale:

The manufacturer has launched a new car, which will go on sale this spring.
launch a product/range The jeweller is about to launch a range at a well-known department store.

to start a new job, to start work in a new industry, or to start a new part of your work life:

Michael launched his career as a software salesman.
launch sb/yourself as sth She launched herself as a designer of high-end handbags.

(Definición de launch del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)