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  1. launch

    • IPA[lɔːn(t)ʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      set (a boat) in motion by pushing it or allowing it to roll into the water;set (a newly built ship or boat) afloat for the first time with an official ceremony
    • n.
      an act or instance of launching something;an occasion at which a new product or publication is introduced to the public
    • verb: launch, 3rd person present: launches, gerund or present participle: launching, past tense: launched, past participle: launched

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    動詞

    • 1. set (a boat) in motion by pushing it or allowing it to roll into the water the town's lifeboat was launched to rescue the fishermen 同義詞 set afloat, float, put to sea, put into the water, send down the slipway
    • set (a newly built ship or boat) afloat for the first time with an official ceremony the ship was launched in 1843 by Prince Albert
    • send (a missile, satellite, or spacecraft) on its course they launched two Scud missiles 同義詞 send into orbit, put into orbit, blast off, take off, lift off
    • hurl (something) forcefully a chair was launched at him 同義詞 throw, hurl, fling, pitch, lob, ... 更多
    • make a sudden energetic movement I launched myself out of bed
    • utter (criticism or a threat) vehemently he launched a biting attack on BBC chiefs
    • 2. start or set in motion (an activity or enterprise) the government is to launch a £1.25 million publicity campaign
    • introduce (a new product or publication) to the public for the first time two new Ford models are to be launched in the US next year

    名詞

    • 1. an act or instance of launching something the launch of a new campaign against drinking and driving
    • an occasion at which a new product or publication is introduced to the public a book launch
    • n.
      the release of a new product or service to a restricted audience or market in advance of a full ... the device has been in development for three years and is finally ready for a soft launch
    • v.
      release (a new product or service) to a restricted audience or market in advance of a full launch: the site was soft-launched on Sunday 16 November

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the general release of a new product or service to the public: the site is already up, with a hard launch expected later this month
    • v.
      fully release (a new product or service) to the public: the graphics card is being hard-launched today

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the general release of a new product or service to the public: the site is already up, with a hard launch expected later this month
    • v.
      fully release (a new product or service) to the public: the graphics card is being hard-launched today

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the area on which a rocket stands for launching, typically consisting of a platform with a ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the area on which a rocket stands for launching, typically consisting of a platform with a ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the release of a new product or service to a restricted audience or market in advance of a full ... the device has been in development for three years and is finally ready for a soft launch
    • v.
      release (a new product or service) to a restricted audience or market in advance of a full launch: the site was soft-launched on Sunday, November 16th

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[lôn(t)SH]

    美式

    • v.
      set (a boat) in motion by pushing it or allowing it to roll into the water: the town's lifeboat was launched to rescue the fishermen
    • n.
      an act or instance of launching something: the launch of a new campaign against drinking and driving

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[lɔːn(t)ʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a large motorboat, used especially for short trips: she cruised the waterways on a luxury motor launch a police launch halted a small boat

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[lôn(t)SH]

    美式

    • n.
      a large motorboat, used especially for short trips: she cruised the waterways on a luxury motor launch a police launch halted a small boat

    Oxford American Dictionary