Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Launch"

The meaning of "Launch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does actual launch of product mean?
A: In this case, "actual" is used to indicate "the REAL launch of product." It isn't necessary but places emphasis on the phrase.
Q: What does launch million dollar crowdfunding campaigns to tap into tens of billions of dollars. "tap into"?? mean?
A: to benefit from
Q: What does So excited to launch mean?
A: @ginn: means you can't wait to start something off.
Q: What does launches mean?
A: I'm not exactly sure what they're referring to in this article, but it will be something like this:

A "launch" is an event or party to mark the beginning of a new project, a new company, a new agreement, etc. (Even a new ship!)

Example sentences using "Launch"

Q: Please show me example sentences with launch into.
A: We're going to launch into this new project first.

She launched into her homework very quickly.

My teacher launched into a big speech about studying.

I don't want to launch into anything too quickly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with launch straight into .
A: I would say this phrase isn't that common.

"Let's launch straight into this"
"I'm going to launch straight into it"
"He launched straight into the meeting"
Q: Please show me example sentences with launch.
A: We will launch a new campaign to fight against illegal drugs.

The missile failed as soon as they launched it.

We will launch the boat near the old cabin by the lake.
Q: Please show me example sentences with launch.
A: NASA launched another rocket yesterday
Q: Please show me example sentences with launch into.
A: @Kaskaderka: to launch into sth/yourself into sth means to enthusiastically start sth (an explanation, project, attack, etc. ). Ex:
1. She suddenly launched into a detailed speech about her research.
2. I launched myself into the campaign.
However, when not being used as a phrasal verb, launch into simply means to shoot/send sth into sth. Example: the rocket was launched into space.

Hope it helps :)

Synonyms of "Launch" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between the launch for the Heforshe campaign and the launch of the Heforshe campaign ?
A: It is “the launch of ..”
Q: What is the difference between launch and publish ?
A: To launch is to begin something.
Example: I’m launching my new product tomorrow.
To launch could also mean to throw.
Example: I launched the rocket into the sky.

To publish means to put in writing for distribution through paper or the internet.
Examples:
1. I published my book yesterday.
2. I published a copy of my journal online for the science community to review.
Q: What is the difference between launch and release ?
A: release.

https://linguaholic.com/topic/1661-the-difference-between-launch-and-release/

This may help :)
Q: What is the difference between launch and begin and start ?
A: Launch is like if a spaceship/rocket was going to space.

Begin and start have no differences.

It depends on which on sounds better in your situation.

You may begin your test.

You may start your test.

Begin sounds better.
Q: What is the difference between launch and begin and start ?
A:

Launch can be used to mean proceed/start a process. It can also be used to indicate that certain vehicles start/begin a journey:

The boat was launched.
The rocket launch was successful.

Launch can also be used to indicate the start of a promotion or sale:

The store launched a promotion with lowering of prices.

Start can be used to mean begin but It can also be used for things like machines:

I started the computer.

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Translations of "Launch"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? launch
A: Pronounced "lorn-ch"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How does it use launch?what is difference start and launch?
A: "Start" is very general. It describes anything that begins to happen.
"Launch" is specifically for making something available to the public for the first time.

〇 I started to sing.
X I launched to sing.

〇 He started a new business this year.
〇 He launched a new business this year.

X Apple started the iPhone 8 last month.
〇 Apple launched the iPhone 8 last month.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 新しいブランドを立ち上げる(launch a brand)?
A: launch a new brand/introduce a new brand
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? launch
A: The shoe company launched a brand-new product last week or our company has launched a new satellite into space or we are proud to announce the launch of our new product this winter

Other questions about "Launch"

Q: I'm preparing for launch an online store does this sound natural?
A: “I’m preparing to launch an online store” 👍
Q: A:What do you want for launch?
B:I can do anyting. does this sound natural?
A: for your B it should be "B: Anything will do."
Q: The launch of this snack was 1973. does this sound natural?
A: The snack was launched in 1973
OR
In 1973 the snack was launched
Q: Following the launch of the Amazon app store in 2011, the company fielded thousands of complaints about unauthorized charges made by children in apps where they could purchase virtual items, the FTC alleged in a suit seeking refunds for consumers.
Why there is no conjunction to connect the two sentences ,which are "the company..." and "the FTC ..."?
A: That's because "the FTC alleged..." is not a sentence by itself.

"the FTC alleged..." is similar to "the FTC said...".

Everything from "Following..." to "...virtual items" is stuff that the FTC is saying. However, there are no quotation marks because we are not quoting the FTC exactly. We are only paraphrasing.

I hope that makes sense.
Q: I ate delicious launch.
On the way for launch, sky was beautiful. Today is wonderful and peaceful Saturday. does this sound natural?
A: I ate a delicious lunch.

On the way to lunch, the sky was beautiful. Today is a wonderful and peaceful Saturday.

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