English to Xhosa Meaning of launch - yokuqalisa

Launch :

ekuqaleni, yokuqalisa, kokuqala, ukuvulwa, ulahle, ziphose, ivolley, ukusebenza, ugeze

yokuqalisa, ekuqaleni, Fundisa, iseti, ukumisa, ukudubula, achaza indawo, umlilo, wokuqhuba, uthinte off, uphawu, igciwane, thumela, ihlaba, umyalezo, waqhuba, Isenzo, ukushukumisa, evulekileyo, Intshinga, evulwa, Yisa, lwazo, ugeze, qala, iqale, luqalwe, ulahle, ziphose

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Definitions of launch in English
Noun(1) a motorboat with an open deck or a half deck(2) the act of propelling with force
Verb(1) set up or found(2) propel with force(3) launch for the first time; launch on a maiden voyage(4) begin with vigor(5) get going; give impetus to(6) smoothen the surface of
Examples of launch in English
(1) But what about a person who opts out of his area of learning to launch an enterprise suited to his taste?(2) Since its launch at the beginning of last year, the column has never fallen off the top three ├ö├ç├┐most read├ö├ç├û pages of the paper.(3) a book launch(4) The borough council wants to build the slipway on the Hangings to allow the fire and rescue service to launch its boat into the Avon as near as possible to the junction with the Severn.(5) the government is to launch a Ôö¼├║1.25 million publicity campaign(6) More often than not, one of the keys to a successful product launch is surprise and first mover advantage.(7) Product launch and program management is becoming an increasingly critical element of supplier competitiveness.(8) Tenants and local community activists also held a public meeting on the Thursday night to launch the Campaign For A No Vote.(9) The Minister for the Marine will visit the club early next month to officially launch the boat.(10) The launch of flights between Singapore and Jakarta, which has been stalled since May amid air traffic wrangles, is now scheduled for the end of this month.(11) The book launch and lecture are happening on November 25 at 8pm.(12) I decided to man the launch and left my shipmate to finish the starboard tire-without supervision.(13) It means there are now only limited places along the coastline to launch boats, windsurfers or water bikes.(14) The company had pushed its launch date from March to the end of June.(15) The Corps also purchased a motor launch and put her to work for the Fort Peck District.(16) How do you get that many journalists to take time out and attend your product launch ?
Related Phrases of launch
(1) launch game ::
umdlalo uqalise
(2) launch pad ::
yokuqalisa pad
(3) launch date ::
usuku launch
(4) launch party ::
party launch
(5) launch vehicle ::
imoto launch
(6) launch into ::
(7) soft launch ::
yokuqaliswa soft
(8) launch site ::
(9) book launch ::
yokuqalisa incwadi
(10) launch a campaign ::
2. send into orbit ::
ukuthumela orbit
3. set afloat ::
beka lezimali
4. throw ::
5. set in motion ::
6. start ::
7. plunge ::
Different Forms
launch, launched, launcher, launchers, launches, launching
Word Example from TV Shows
Thanks, we decided to do it
before the launch.

Thanks, we decided to do it before the LAUNCH.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 24

They are planning to launch it
from the city walls

They are planning to LAUNCH it from the city walls

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 5

so they're putting me
on an earlier launch.

so they're putting me on an earlier LAUNCH.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 24

He helped launch the
New Horizons space probe.

He helped LAUNCH the New Horizons space probe.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 5

And I'll launch him into Riverrun
with a catapult.

And I'll LAUNCH him into Riverrun with a catapult.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8

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