[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 relaunching
Kerry's frenzied travel schedule over the past months has been centered on relaunching moribund negotiations.Israeli Deputy Defense Minister: Government 'Will Be Against' Any Palestinian State
June 6, 2013
Last year, I was tasked with relaunching an all-black news and opinion section for the site.Black Women Still Battle Mad Men in Corporate America
March 30, 2012
On approaching the Cataracts, the boats will be transported on wooden rollers over the sand to the next level for relaunching.
- 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 relaunching
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