Better to extend an olive branch than launch a missile.
launch a campaign
launch=initiate=start=turn on; launch a new product on the market
Last year they launched a very successful skin care product.
Fixed‐wing drones can be hand‐launched, but often they require a runway or even an unwieldy catapult.
The launch, which had been scheduled for this morning, was postponed because of the illness of shuttle Commander John Creighton.
The design was also given the finishing touch to have launch impact and dynamism provided by the novelty of the arch shaped logo design.
By his own writing, this man was either asleep, at a prayer meeting with Al and Tipper or learning how to launch a nuclear missile out of a suitcase.
hopefully we're about to make that learning journey a bit easier as we launch a brand new online course.
In 1989 Pepsi-Cola launched a new product called Pepsi A.M., which was aimed at the 'breakfast cola drinker'. It was an immediate flop.
We tried again and again to launch our kite into the air, but there wasn’t enough wind for it to fly.
if you launch a new product, book, website, etc, you let a lot of people know that it is starting to exist so that they can buy it or make use of it
We watched from the quayside as the ship was launched into the sea.
On Monday, the Pierson Publishing House will launch an ambitious advertising compaign for Real Life, a highly anticipated new novel from Korea.
English word "lansa"(launch) occurs in sets:Business English for Romanian speakers 1 - 50