launch

launch
I
1. lo:n  verb
1) (to make (a boat or ship) slide into the water or (a rocket) leave the ground: As soon as the alarm was sounded, the lifeboat was launched; The Russians have launched a rocket.) botar, echar al mar
2) (to start (a person, project etc) off on a course: His success launched him on a brilliant career.) lanzar
3) (to throw.) lanzar

2. noun
((an) act of launching.) lanzamiento
- launch into
- launch out

II lo:n  noun
(a large, power-driven boat, usually used for short trips or for pleasure: We cruised round the bay in a motor launch.)
launch1 n lancha
the police launch patrolled the coast la lancha de la policía patrullaba la costa
El plural de launch se escribe launches
launch2 vb lanzar
the new rocket was launched yesterday ayer lanzaron el nuevo cohete
launch
tr[lɔːnʧ]
transitive verb
1 lanzar
it will be launched on the market next year se lanzará al mercado el año que viene
2 (ship) botar; (lifeboat) echar al mar
3 (film etc) estrenar; (book) presentar
4 (company) fundar
5 (scheme, attack) iniciar
noun
1 (boat) lancha
2→ link=launchinglaunching{
launch ['lɔnʧ] vt
1) hurl: lanzar
2) : botar (un barco)
3) start: iniciar, empezar
launch n
1) : lancha f (bote)
2) launching: lanzamiento m
launch
n.
botadura s.f.
canoa s.f.
chalupa s.f.
lancha s.f.
lanzamiento s.m.
v.
arrojar v.
botar v.
dar principio a v.
enjergar v.
lanzar v.

I lɔːntʃ
transitive verb
1)
a) (Naut) \<\<new vessel\>\> botar; \<\<lifeboat\>\> echar al agua
b) (Aerosp, Mil) \<\<satellite/missile\>\> lanzar*; \<\<attack\>\> emprender, lanzar*
2)
a) (Busn) \<\<product/campaign\>\> lanzar*; \<\<company\>\> fundar*
b) (Lit, Theat, Cin) \<\<book/play/actor\>\> lanzar*
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun
1) (Naut) (motorboat) lancha f (a motor), motora f
2)
a) (of new vessel) botadura f; (of lifeboat) lanzamiento m (al agua)
b) (of rocket, missile) lanzamiento m
3) (of product, project, campaign) lanzamiento m; (of company) fundación f; (before n) <date, party> de lanzamiento
[lɔːntʃ]
1. N
1) (=boat) lancha f

motor launch — lancha f motora

2) (=act)
a) (lit) [of ship] botadura f ; [of lifeboat, rocket, satellite] lanzamiento m
b) (=introduction) [of campaign, product, book] lanzamiento m ; [of film, play] estreno m ; [of company] creación f , fundación f ; [of shares] emisión f
2. VT
1) (=lit) [+ ship] botar; [+ lifeboat] echar al mar; [+ rocket, missile, satellite] lanzar
2) (=introduce) [+ campaign, product, book, attack] lanzar; [+ film, play] estrenar; [+ company] crear, fundar; [+ shares] emitir
3) (=start)

it was this novel that really launched him as a writer — fue esta novela la que lo lanzó a la fama como escritor

to launch sb on his/her way — iniciar a algn en su carrera

once he's launched on that subject we'll never stop him — en cuanto se ponga a hablar de ese tema no habrá forma de pararlo

4) (=hurl)

to launch o.s. at sth/sb — abalanzarse or arrojarse sobre algo/algn

to launch o.s. into sth — meterse de lleno en algo, entregarse a algo

3.
VI

to launch into sth: she launched into a long speech about patriotism — se puso a soltar or empezó un largo discurso sobre el patriotismo

he launched into an attack on the president — emprendió un ataque contra el presidente, se puso a despotricar contra el presidente

then the chorus launches into the national anthem — entonces el coro la emprende con el himno nacional

4.
CPD

launch attempt N — intento m de lanzamiento

launch date N — fecha f prevista para el lanzamiento

launch pad N — (lit) rampa f or plataforma f de lanzamiento; (fig) rampa f or plataforma f de lanzamiento, trampolín m

launch party N — (Comm, Media) fiesta f de lanzamiento

launch site N — lugar m del lanzamiento

launch vehicle N — lanzadera f

* * *

I [lɔːntʃ]
transitive verb
1)
a) (Naut) \<\<new vessel\>\> botar; \<\<lifeboat\>\> echar al agua
b) (Aerosp, Mil) \<\<satellite/missile\>\> lanzar*; \<\<attack\>\> emprender, lanzar*
2)
a) (Busn) \<\<product/campaign\>\> lanzar*; \<\<company\>\> fundar*
b) (Lit, Theat, Cin) \<\<book/play/actor\>\> lanzar*
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun
1) (Naut) (motorboat) lancha f (a motor), motora f
2)
a) (of new vessel) botadura f; (of lifeboat) lanzamiento m (al agua)
b) (of rocket, missile) lanzamiento m
3) (of product, project, campaign) lanzamiento m; (of company) fundación f; (before n) <date, party> de lanzamiento

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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