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launch noun

ADJ. official, press, public She is signing copies of her book at the official launch. | successful | imminent | book, campaign, product | balloon, rocket, satellite, shuttle

VERB + LAUNCH get (sth) ready for, prepare (sth) for They are preparing for the launch of the new campaign next month. | announce | mark a big Hollywood event to mark the launch of the movie | coincide with The show is timed to coincide with the launch of a new book on the subject. | attend, go to, speak at | delay, postpone, put off

LAUNCH + NOUN date | party (= for a product or book) | pad, site

PREP. after/following/since the ~ In the six months since its launch the car has sold extremely well. | at a/the ~ I met her at the launch of her new book. | ~ for a spring launch for the new TV system