- v. 发起；推出（新产品）；发射；使(船)下水
- n. 发射；产品推介
- vt. 使…下水 set (a ship, especially one newly built) afloat
- vt. 发动;发出;发射 set in motion; send; aim
- [U]发射;(船)下水;(新产品)投产 process of putting into motion a ship, spacecraft or new product
a motorboat with an open deck or a half deck
the act of propelling with force
set up or found;
"She set up a literacy program"
propel with force;
"launch the space shuttle"
"Launch a ship"
launch for the first time; launch on a maiden voyage;
"launch a ship"
begin with vigor;
"He launched into a long diatribe"
"She plunged into a dangerous adventure"
get going; give impetus to;
"launch a career"
"Her actions set in motion a complicated judicial process"
smoothen the surface of;
- We were going to launch a counterattack.
- The company researched the market demand and decided to launch their new product.
- The people all over the country exulted in the success in launching a new satellite.
- The oil tanker was launched last year.
- The launch was delayed by a technical hitch .
- We have got good media coverage for the launch of the new model.
- They launched a new passenger liner.
- They have launched a spaceship.
- We launched another satellite last month.
- They launched a missile.
- The fisherman launched a spear at the big fish.
- He launched an arrow into the air.
- He launched a new business when he was 30 years old.
- They launched a new program.
- They're holding a big party to launch the new film.
- The country launched a national campaign against corruption.
- The enemy launched an attack at 2 o'clock in the morning.
- A new ship was recently launched.
- Another Chinese designed and built ship was recently launched.
- I saw the launch of the rocket yesterday.
- Are you at the launch of the new ship?
- The launch of their new machines in this factory received much media coverage.
- launch against〔at〕 (v.+prep.)
launch sth against〔at〕 sb/sth
They launched a fresh anathema against him.
We launched a protest at them.
- launch into (v.+prep.)
使…下水;发射上天 push or send sth on its first voyage in sth
launch into sth
Would it be wise to launch into this rough sea?
到这样汹涌的大海中游泳明智吗?launch into sth
He launched into a new subject last year.
He launched into a rhythm vigorously.
It takes courage to launch into a new business in these difficult times.
Mr. Blearney launched into another of his stories.
布里尔尼先生开始讲他的又一个故事。launch sb into sth
Jack's parents decided to launch him into business.
杰克的父母决定让他进入实业界。launch sb/sth into sth
The Americans and Russians have launched many rockets into air space.
The freighter was launched into water with a great splash.
- launch on〔upon〕 (v.+prep.)
向(市场)首次推出,引向… give sb/sth for the first time
launch sb/sth on〔upon〕 sth
He launched a determined attack on academic criticism.
他对学究式的评论发起坚决的反攻。launch on〔upon〕 sth
The director has launched on yet another plan for cutting costs.
This is not a suitable time for launching forth on a new business undertaking.
现在,不宜着手搞新的经营项目。launch sb/sth on〔upon〕 sth
The musical theatre company is about to launch a new performer on the musical world.
He's launching his son on a career in banking.
- launch out (v.+adv.)
开始新的东西 start sth new
Those who dared to launch out beyond the unknown waters became the discoverers of new lands.
那些敢于去人迹未至的海域航行的人成了新陆地的发现者。launch sth ⇔ out
The makers are about to launch out a new product.
Next year you may be ready to launch out as a concert pianist.
- launch out at (v.+adv.+prep.)
进行攻击 begin to attack
launch out at sb
He suddenly launched out at me for no reason at all.
- launch out into (v.+adv.+prep.)
launch out into sth
They are launching out into a series of scientific experiments.
Mr. Burk used the money to launch out into a new business.
- launch auspiciously 吉利地开始
- launch ceremoniously 隆重地出航
- launch formally 形式上地开办
- launch politically 政治上地发动
- launch successfully 成功地发射
- launch forth 出航,出海
- launch off 开始,产生,挥霍,大讲
- launch out 下水,开始
Making this launch into the wide world, by repairing to London.出自： J. Cleland
Nine Bulls were launch'd by his victorious arm.出自： Dryden
launch sb in/into sth表示“使某人开始做某事”。
He launched his son in/into business.
- launch作名词表示“发射，（船）的下水”时，常作定语，如the launch of a space vehicle（航天器的发射）。
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自古法国北方语的lancher，意为扔，抛；最初源自后期拉丁语的lanceare，意为挥动长矛。
- introduce 介绍
- presentation 介绍
- introduction 介绍
- promotion 提升
- unveiling 揭幕的
- inauguration 就职典礼
- dispatch 派遣
- send off 寄出(逐出
- open 开着的
- start on 开始进行
- present 礼物
- hurl 用力投掷
- throw 扔
- spring 春天
- start 开始
- fire 火
- set afloat 着手
- set going 出发(开始)
- embark on 上（船、飞机等）...
- inaugurate 举行就职典礼...
- launching 发射
- found 建立
- set in motion 使 ... 运动
- plunge 使投入
- establish 建立
- set up 建立