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.
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (launch) występuje w zestawach:Unit 4 Body and mindUnit 4 Body and mindBody and mind
Our dean commenced celebrating the anniversary.
When the festival commences, there will be a huge firework display over the city.
My client will have no choice but to commence proceedings against you.
The 24-hour delivery period commences the minute you e-mail your order.
The school commenced in 2011 with 200 Year 9 students.
commence the audit
the battle has commenced
Shh! The film is going to commence.
The conference will commence at 10 o'clock.
will commence in two minutes.
If RTCIS requests a new solution after picking has commenced, APAL will not re-work anything that has been picked.
I commence doing my scientific research this summer.
The meeting will commence.
The conference will commence in due course.
When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it's a sure sign you're getting old.
May I begin by thanking every one for your warm welcome?
After tying up loose ends on the house, the carpenter gave the painter approval to begin work.
Let us begin today's lesson by opening our books to page 156, said the teacher.
He has endured sacrifices for America that most of us cannot begin to imagine.
In early youth, as we contemplate our coming life, we are like children in a theatre before the curtain is raised, sitting there in high spirits and eagerly waiting for the play to begin.
Courses in analysis begin with the fundamental notions of mathematical logic, important proof techniques, and the construction of real and complex numbers.
Is there an existing meaning if the person in charge does not take the responsibility to begin with?
I can't begin to fathom how someone could believe that one race is superior to another.
Instead use words like "some", "many", "often", and begin statements with openers like, "In my experience, ...", "Excuse me if I'm wrong, but...", "In many instances, ...."
Me? I can't even begin to draw buffalo, deer and horses so you can tell them apart.
Little by little you will begin to comprehend the text without translations or explanations.
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (begin) występuje w zestawach:czasowniki nieregularne -tłumaczenie
4. go ahead
We can't go ahead with the project without him.
The black horse go ahead.
If you were walking in a large group of people in the mountains, would you like to go ahead and find the way?
And when they get really happy about this, we go ahead and make the task more difficult.
We can't go ahead with the project without her.
Can I use your phone?" "Sure, go ahead."
Despite the rain, the outdoor concert is expected to go ahead as planned
We are ready but we cannot go ahead without the goverment's permission.
We have permission to go ahead with the project.
[You go ahead and we'll wait here for Sally.]
When you finish this task you can go ahead with the next one.
Looks good to me, please go ahead and merge it.
"Could I ask you a rather personal question?" "Sure, go ahead."
NO, please go ahead.
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (go ahead) występuje w zestawach:Business English - Phrasal VerbsPhrasal Verbs 1Frazale (Phrasal Verbs)
5. start out
he started out as a salesman; to start out in business
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (start out) występuje w zestawach:Angielski słówka intermediate module 2 matura prim...
The meeting held in Camp David initiated the peace process for the Middle East.
A conciliation commission shall initiate proceedings upon a written or oral application by an employee.
Hague initiated a series of reforms of the Conservative Party.
You could see by her uniform that she's just an initiate.
They have decided to initiate legal proceedings against the newspaper.
Because the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives will almost certainly not initiate the ouster of a Republican President, the first step in any realistic path to impeachment is for Democrats to gain control of the House.
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (initiate) występuje w zestawach:HR Management
7. kick off
to kick off your shoes
What time do they kick off?
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (kick off) występuje w zestawach:BBC Learning English: 6 Minute English: Are you ex...
embark on a world tour; to embark on a business venture
He embarked on a new career as a teacher.
We can now finally embark on creating an EU structure for protecting minorities.
People by a plane waiting to embark.
To embark is defined as to leave on a trip, often on a ship or airplane. An example of embark is to leave on a cruise.
In fact, she had embarked on a second career at age 51.
The group members embarked on a study of 10 families with young children.
Definition to embark on a journey or activity means to begin it. To embark also means to go on board a ship or plane at the start of a journey
He resolved to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime enterprise.
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (embark) występuje w zestawach:it’s all in the genes
9. set off
We'd better set off now before it gets dark.
When are you planning to set off?
We set off for London just after ten.
This event set off a crisis. She'll set off for Warsaw in the evening. I have to set off early to get there.
You set off the alarm in the seat of my chair. It goes off when somebody tries to blow smoke up my rear.
What time did you set off?
Rob described Emma to Sophie and she set off one her errand.
I'm about to set off my new business
Wonder why,” said Ron sarcastically as they set off toward the Leaky Cauldron
Have you ever set off very early to catch a flight?
We had better set off soon, otherwise we’ll never get there!
begin a journey; set out/We set off at 5 o’clock.
Definition if you set off, you start a journey. If you set off for somewhere, you start your journey to go to that place
The daredevil set off on the journey into the middle of the jungle.
Angielskie słowo "rozpoczynać" (set off) występuje w zestawach:travel - english words
10. embark on
She is about to embark on a diplomatic career.
Its main objective is to motivate the employee to embark on more ambitious tasks.
I was 40 before I finally decided to embark on a career as a writer.
He embark on trips around the world.
Let's embark on a buisness.