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launch
lɔːntʃ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of propelling with force.
  2. A motorboat with an open deck or a half deck.
(动) As a verb
  1. Begin with vigor.
  2. Smoothen the surface of.
  3. Propel with force.
  4. Get going; give impetus to.
  5. Launch for the first time; launch on a maiden voyage.
  6. Set up or found.
Hyphenationlaunch
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
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下水xiàshuioffal; viscera; tripe
下水xiàshuǐdownstream; to go into the water; to put into water; to launch (a ship); fig. to fall into bad ways; to lead astray; to go to pot
汽艇qìtǐngmotor boat
发射fāshèto shoot (a projectile); to fire (a rocket); to launch; to emit (a particle); to discharge; emanation; emission
发动fādòngto start; to launch; to unleash; to mobilize; to arouse
发出fāchūto issue (an order, decree etc); to send out; to dispatch; to produce (a sound); to let out (a laugh)
起飞qǐfēi(of an aircraft) to take off
投入tóurùto throw into; to put into; to throw oneself into; to participate in; to invest in; absorbed; engrossed
开始kāishǐto begin; beginning; to start; initial
开幕活动kāimù huódònglaunch
推出了tuīchū leto launch
下水了xiàshuǐ leto launch
开展kāizhǎnto launch; to develop; to unfold; (of an exhibition etc) to open
弹射tánshèto catapult; to launch; to eject (from a plane); to shoot
起动qǐdòngto start up (a motor); to launch (a computer application)
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