launching meaning

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Noun: launching  lonching
  1. The act of moving a newly built vessel into the water for the first time 
  2. The act of beginning something new
    - introduction, debut, first appearance, unveiling, entry 
  3. The act of propelling with force
    - launch
Verb: launch  lonch
  1. Set up or found
    - establish, set up, found 
  2. Propel with force
    "launch the space shuttle"; "Launch a ship" 
  3. Launch for the first time; launch on a maiden voyage
    "launch a ship" 
  4. Begin with vigour
    "He launched into a long diatribe"
    - plunge 
  5. Get going; give impetus to
    "launch a career"
    - set in motion 
  6. Smoothen the surface of
    "launch plaster"

Derived forms: launchings

See also: launcher

Type of: actuation, begin, beginning, commence, commencement, displace, get, get down, impel, move, open, open up, propel, propulsion, set about, set out, smooth, smoothen, start, start out

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  1. he is launching his son on a career in banking.
  2. the rocket lifted off from its launching pad.
  3. the company is launching a new model next month.
  4. after many difficulties and postponements, the ship was ready for launching.
  5. she wants to be more than just a singer and is launching out into films.

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