[verb ree-lawnch, -lahnch; noun ree-lawnch, -lahnch]
- to launch again; start or get going.
- an act or instance of launching something again.
Origin of relaunch
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Examples from the Web for relaunch
MySpace has hired the famed indie photographer to direct a commercial celebrating its relaunch.MySpace Rallies for a Reboot With Ryan McGinley
Misty White Sidell
June 13, 2013
She tells Isabel Wilkinson about her return to tennis, the relaunch of her clothing line, and her Olympics dreams.Venus Williams’s Big Comeback to Tennis and Fashion
March 23, 2012
There were two major features launched on stage today: a new product called “Timeline” and a relaunch of the “Open Graph.”What Did Facebook Change Now?
September 21, 2011
- to launch again
- to start, set in motion, or make available again
- another launching, or something that is relaunched
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Word Origin and History for relaunch
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