- v.发射( launch的过去式和过去分词 ); [计算机]开始（应用程序）; 发动; 开展（活动、计划等）;
A Delta II rocket was launched from Cape Canaveral early this morning.
The armed forces have launched offensives to recapture lost ground.
The army now appears to have launched a counter-offensive.
In 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik 1 into outer space.
Bennett launched a crusade for "moral values" against decadent "liberal relativism."
He then launched a scathing attack on previous leaders.
Horrigan launched into a speech about the importance of new projects.
When launched, the Macintosh was the smallest desktop computer ever produced.
Crabtree & Evelyn has just launched a new jam, Worcesterberry Preserve.
The police have launched an investigation into the incident.
Alongside the Job Creation Programme they launched a Work Experience Programme.
Scots-born Annie, 37, has recently re-launched her phenomenally successful singing career.
Kingfisher launched a hostile bid for Dixons.
He launched an all-out attack on his critics.
He launched an immoderate tirade on Turner.
The service was only launched this year, but by the end of September 650,000 jams had been chosen.
In 2005, the Authors Guild of America, together with a group of US publishers, launched a class action suit (集团诉讼) against Google that, after more than two years of negotiation, ended with an announcement last October that Google and the claimants had reached an out-of-court settlement.
An international movement was launched to promote its use.
In the new trial, which will be launched from April 18, one of three "up" escalators will be standing only, with a second banning walking at peak times.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
That is happening in the UK and singapore, where government-provided driverless vehicles are being launched.
2017年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
To increase levels of community service, some schools have launched compulsory volunteer programs.
2015年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文收起真题例句