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launchlaunch2 ●●○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 SELLwhen a new product, book etc is made available or made knownlaunch of πŸ”Š the launch of a new women’s magazine πŸ”Š a new product launch2 TTWa large boat with a motor3 when a weapon or spacecraft is sent into the sky or into space
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launchβ€’ the West Coast launch of his new cologneβ€’ Since its launch in 1988, sales of OS/2 have grown to only about 300,000 a year.β€’ During the launch, two rockets boost the shuttle before separating and falling back into the sea.β€’ the launch of nuclear weaponsβ€’ The launch of the research centre is slated for December.product launchβ€’ He has worked full time as a magician and illusionist since 1998, entertaining primarily at corporate retreats and product launches.β€’ Not all the losses resulting from a delayed product launch are concerned with that product.β€’ But how important is another domestic product launch in 1992?β€’ First, we got the marketing team together to review, in detail, our last major product launch.β€’ The last major product launch two years ago really solidified a couple of new markets for us.β€’ We will have a brand new product launch every six months for the next three years.β€’ We are still optimistic about further growth during the year with a number of new product launches planned in the coming months.