Origin of launch1
OTHER WORDS FROM launchlaunch·a·ble, adjectiveun·launched, adjectivewell-launched, adjective
Other definitions for launch (2 of 2)
Origin of launch2
How to use launch in a sentence
To reduce this launch title as a mere remake of a PlayStation 3 game is to sell short this astounding achievement by Bluepoint Games.‘Demon’s Souls’ review: The ideal PlayStation 5 launch game|Gene Park|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
The launch took place from the company's facility on New Zealand's Mahia Peninsula and in many respects was uneventful.RocketLab’s “Return to Sender” launch does exactly what was promised|John Timmer|November 20, 2020|Ars Technica
New Zealand company Rocket Lab has hit a key milestone with the successful launch and recovery of its flagship Electron rocket.Rocket Lab has successfully recovered a booster for the first time|Neel Patel|November 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Considering that WarnerMedia is not looking to limit HBO Max’s advertiser base at launch, it seems reasonable that WarnerMedia would allow Amazon access to HBO Max’s inventory in order to fill the service’s ad slots.
While she was tight-lipped about what brands would appear at Kohl’s, or what gap in the market Ulta or Target don’t fill, she pointed to the recent launch of a beauty line by Lauren Conrad, the name behind one of Kohl’s major apparel store brands.Kohl’s CEO insists its supersize beauty shops can compete with the new Ulta/Target partnership|Phil Wahba|November 17, 2020|Fortune
He created his own crowd-funding platform for genetically modified organisms (GMOs), which has yet to be launched.
The American military may have launched hundreds of airstrikes on Iraq and Syria.
The U.S. launched campaigns in the restive Iraqi city of Fallujah and a surge campaign in Baghdad.
Launched just 13 years ago, it quickly became a serious rival to MAS and a rising juggernaut in Asia.The Presumed Crash of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Is Nothing Like MH370|Lennox Samuels|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On one night earlier this month, the coalition launched 30 strikes on the town.
The vicar's wife, still slightly discomposed, launched out into some parochial matter she had wished to mention to him.
To get rid of our lamentations, the captain launched out in praises of the charming little town, and had us conveyed to land.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
He launched into a long explanation of some scheme he had in mind for securing automatic balancing.
Mr. Wheaton had launched forth upon one particularly stormy night when he happened to be Gwynne's only guest.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
The canoes were launched after breakfast, and it was afternoon when they pitched camp beside a still, blue lake.The Gold Trail|Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for launch (1 of 2)
- to start off or set in motionto launch a scheme
- to put (a new product) on the market