launch

名詞
  • ja

    開始、発売

    Globify による定義
  • en

    an act or occasion of beginning or introducing something, such as a campaign or a new product

    Globify による定義
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To celebrate the launch of the new Pearpad 3, the Pear store at the Grove is giving away 3 new Pearpads.
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How do you win one?
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By making a video showing how much you want one.
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- Thanks. - I can't wait to see the tour because that was just really a one-night thing for your album launch.
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- And it was like start to finish album. - Yes.
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Yeah, it was—
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The album came out Friday.
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- So it was like a release kind of show. - And it's going to be number 1 this week.
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To kick off 2020 and celebrate the launch of my Gemma’s Mug Meals Mugs,
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I thought I would put together a video on my top 5 most viewed mug meals recipes.
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- For my first look, I'm gonna go for a Jeffree Star pink vibes. - Ooh.
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Celebrate the launch of our very first pink hoodie.
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Spent a lot of time and effort crafting this one.
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- Oh, that looks sick! - Oh!
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I'm working on my new launches.
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I'm gonna come out with a couple of new clips this March.
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It's an oversized snap clip.
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How fun!
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    始める、着手する、立ち上げる

  • en

    to start or initiate something, especially something big or important

  • - Ready to launch? - Yeah.

    From Brexit (2019) | Official Trailer | HBO

  • Problems like that will not happen when we launch Dunder Mifflin Infinity 2.0.

    From The Rise and Fall of Ryan Howard - The Office

  • The iPhone, launched under Steve Jobs, now makes up about two-thirds of the company's overall revenue.

    From Apple's 5 years since Steve Jobs

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