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1.1Nautical(new vessel) botar(lifeboat) echar al aguathe ship was launched by the princess — la princesa fue la madrina en la botadura del buque
- I would like to know then if I would be allowed to launch my boat in the harbour and leave my car there for safe keeping as I had to buy my licence for my boat at Portnet.
- Road ends do not have boat ramps, nor is there sufficient water to launch a boat from a trailer at most road ends.
- 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.
- They are expected to have the capacity to launch speed vessels and allow helicopters to operate from their decks.
- On Thursday we arrived and were told we couldn't launch boats for a rescue because the local governments were saying the military was taking over.
- Colleagues who saw the incident from the shore launched a rescue boat and pulled Miss Brown on board.
- The speed and the angle of sinking made it extremely difficult to launch the life boats and the first one that did get into the water spilled its occupants into the sea.
- It means there are now only limited places along the coastline to launch boats, windsurfers or water bikes.
- Both Whitby's lifeboats had to be launched to rescue five canoeists who put out to sea in a force nine gale on Saturday.
- Everyone scattered as some fetched the remains of the food from the kitchen and others launched the boats into the water quickly in readiness.
- He said the group had no immediate plans to launch another boat toward the disputed waters.
- They launched the inshore boat and hovercraft to rescue the un-named man with scores of day-trippers, enjoying the sun and seaside, looking on.
- Scouts on watch spotted the diver and kept visual contact while other scouts and adult leaders launched a small boat to rescue the diver.
- Fire and rescue services were alerted and an inflatable boat was launched.
- The boats are launched from a slipway into the island's precarious harbour, steered through lulls in the surf and out to passing ships to trade or to load freight.
- At first light on Saturday, three boats were launched, searching the river from the bridge as far away as Levitstown, four miles downstream.
- The ferry stopped, launched a boat and picked them up - they had paddled 14 miles across the Channel - at 7am.
- If you're looking for a place to launch your boat, I know just the place.
- Could it be that there are no places to launch boats into our river?
- Strong northerly winds caused a half-metre drop from expected water levels, which meant it was not safe to launch the vessel, experts said.
- The Minister for the Marine will visit the club early next month to officially launch the boat.
- The celebrity and fundraiser took time out to officially launch a new boat for disabled people at the Sailing Club at the weekend.
- Where the banks of the Clyde once teemed with forests of shipbuilding cranes, launching huge vessels into the river every week, only ghosts remain of this once world-beating industry.
- The new purpose-built vessel was officially launched on Monday week last to serve the Rotterdam to Waterford route.
- The new purpose built vessel was officially launched to serve the Zeebrugge - Waterford route.
- ‘We installed this just before Christmas and the ship will be launched in April,’ he said.
- The Queen Mother had a long association with the HMS Ark Royal, having launched the ship in 1981 as well as the previous ship of the same name in 1950.
- He joked: ‘George launched a ship in Belfast and it was three miles out at sea before he let go of the bottle.’
- It was a gift from a visiting Greek shipping tycoon who had just launched a new ship called Inca.
- Two European-owned companies plan to launch new ships this year as well.
- This ship was launched in 1937, saw considerable action in the Mediterranean, and was also ultimately responsible for the sinking of the Bismarck.
- Fincantieri were awarded the contract for the Etna in July 1995, and the ship was launched in July 1997.
- The ship was launched in 1843 and was the first screw driven iron ship to cross the Atlantic.
- It was officially launched at a ceremony at Skipton Castle on Tuesday.
- The other vessel involved was the newly launched steamship Chanticleer, which had been undertaking sea trials at the measured mile at Skelmorlie.
1.2Aerospace Military(satellite/missile) lanzar
- Two months later, although not missile related but even more explosive, the Soviets launched the Sputnik I satellite.
- That approach would require much more than sending bombers and launching missiles against terrorists already discovered and recorded.
- They have six weapons tubes, used for launching both torpedoes and missiles, and can dive to depths greater than 300 metres.
- A space launch vehicle to launch satellites is different than a ballistic missile.
- In 1957, the USSR launched the Sputnik, the first artificial earth satellite.
- As aircraft weapons came along, they were supposed to fire them, release bombs and later launch missiles.
- Of course, the U.S. will remain opposed to India launching satellites that have American parts.
- A space war, in which each nation launches its own missile destroying satellites, could be thwarted by a bucket of gravel, according to a report submitted to the United Nations.
- They plan to launch the satellites on decommissioned Russian missiles.
- The missile can be launched from a mobile launcher and takes about eleven minutes to reach its target.
- Does each decoy need to be launched separately, or can warheads and decoys all be launched on a single missile?
- Like rockets, a missile can be launched from a single tube or from multiple tubes.
- Cruise missiles were launched at the wrong targets.
- Look, if we saw a nuclear weapon on a missile about to be launched at us, I don't think anybody would disagree, we would have the right to destroy it.
- The radar's job is to figure out which is the real warhead, so that missile interceptors can be launched to try to stop them.
- Even before a single missile has been launched there has been significant collateral damage, all of it on our own side.
- A traditional chemical rocket would launch the spacecraft out of Earth orbit.
- The space race reaches new lands when the Russian Space Agency launches Nigeria's first satellite.
- The missile can also be launched immediately without tracking when an unexpected target appears.
- But Pujols kept his head down, fully extended his arms and went with the pitch, launching it over the center field wall.
- Then he takes one giant stride down the pitch and launches the final ball of the over for six over mid-on.
- In an instant, both guns were firing away, launching a volley of shells at the remaining enemy Genos.
2.1(introduce)(product/service) lanzar(securities) emitir(play/book) lanzar
- A few exhibitors chose to launch their new products at the show.
- New products will also be launched at these exhibitions.
- One of the largest companies in the world will be launching a new product in Zambia tomorrow.
- How a product is launched is an important issue.
- Today, the association was launching a publication called Reinventing the Town Hall, which includes the results of the competitions at the four authorities and the startling findings.
- We do limited press, depending on when we are launching a new product.
- Point two, should a company have to consult all minority, victim support and disability groups to make sure that are not about to cause offence to anyone before launching a product?
- The firm, which makes home security storage systems, is launching a new product at this year's Chelsea Flower Show.
- Steve is now looking forward to launching his product in Croydon after its success in Brighton.
- As it happens I will be launching a new product soon that includes some of these elements.
- Some companies have also launched new products at the fair, the Chief Executive of Innovative Trade Fairs pointed out.
- The firm launched its product at the end of last year, and already has dozens of customers.
- The publication was launched with members of the Green Party at London's City Hall this week.
- We acknowledge that we have chosen an unfortunate time to launch this new product.
2.2(initiate)(campaign/idea) lanzar(company) fundar(attack) emprender(attack) lanzarher speech launched a public debate — su discurso desencadenó / suscitó un debate público
- Earlier this year, the Minster authorities launched the Development Campaign.
- After the poll tax was defeated in 1991 Scottish Militant Labour was launched as an open political party.
- Congratulations are due to the Scottish business leaders who had the vision and enterprise to launch this project.
- The Buy a Brick Campaign was launched to coincide with the start of building work on the hospice site, and was a simple and practical way for supporters to contribute to the appeal.
- So I knocked off an incredibly quick webpage launching the Campaign For Better Namesakes.
- The Yorkshire Project was launched in 1999 with the aim of re-establishing a wild population of the birds in northern England.
- The director said the institute has launched a pioneer project to support the organic farming of crops, fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
- A left challenge to New Labour was launched at a vibrant convention of the left in the Brent East constituency last week.
- This week I launched the Making Good Decisions programme for councillors and commissioners.
- She and her colleagues launched the project a few days ago and it's really taken off.
- But what about a person who opts out of his area of learning to launch an enterprise suited to his taste?
- Within hours of its passage, media reform activists were talking about launching a campaign to have other cities do the same.
- Anti-abortion activists launched a petition campaign on January 22 in a bid to overturn the veto.
- But at the same time he added that he could not succumb to anybody's criticism when it comes to launching developmental activities with his own funds.
- Tenants and local community activists also held a public meeting on the Thursday night to launch the Campaign For A No Vote.
- The Commonwealth Youth Program has agreed to make available a sum of £20,000 to launch a Youth Enterprise Development Fund.
- Unicef, Plan and other organisations launched a campaign last June to create awareness of the importance of birth registration.
- He said Martin wanted to launch campaigns to ‘bring some common sense and decency’ into the British legal system.
- Nor could he use it as collateral to raise a loan to develop it, or to launch an alternative enterprise.
- He's begun by launching an emotive advertising campaign.
2.3(give a start to)lanzarhe launched her on her film career — la lanzó en su carrera cinematográfica
- once he's launched on that topic, there's no stopping him — cuando empieza a hablar de ese tema, no hay quien lo pare
- once he's launched on that topic, there's no stopping him — cuando empieza a hablar de ese tema, no hay quien lo pare
1.1(of new vessel) botadura feminine(al agua) (of lifeboat) lanzamiento masculine
- 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.
- This followed the launch of these flights in March.
- We could have sworn that the downloading of music took off with the launch of Napster.
- In their view, one year's delay in launch, for instance, would not damage the business opportunity irreparably.
- It is the driver who controls the launch, flight and decent by adjusting the speed and direction of the jeep.
- The new magazine will come out with 50,000 copies together with the launch of the new instant messaging service.
- Since its launch at the beginning of last year, the column has never fallen off the top three ‘most read’ pages of the paper.
- The airline on Tuesday also announced the launch of a three-times-a-week flight on the Amsterdam-Hyderabad sector from the same day.
- The next big step in our effort to conquer space was the launch of the space shuttle in 1981.
- Have great flights and safe launches and landings!
- All the hard work of the previous day is now paying off as they make clean launches with straight flights and stand up landings.
- A total of 20 flight demonstration launches were conducted from a ground platform.
- The following day saw the launch of flights to Nakhon Ratchasima, priced from a mere 450 baht.
- The exercises saw successful missile launches, artillery firing and torpedo runs.
- An existing satellite system designed to detect and track ballistic missile launches is currently being upgraded.
- The technicians were putting in place the final details relating to Monday's scheduled rocket launch.
- They want to mandate at least three useful views of any space shuttle launch.
- The formal launch of the campaign on October 5 showed the determination of all candidates to reach every possible voter.
- Today's launch comes less than two weeks after the company announced plans to axe 3000 jobs.
- The company had pushed its launch date from March to the end of June.
1.2(of rocket, missile)lanzamiento masculinelaunch site — lugar de lanzamiento
2(of product, project, campaign) lanzamiento masculine(of shares, stocks) emisión feminine(of company) fundación feminine(date/party) (before noun) de lanzamiento
- It comes through compèring public functions, product launches, dealer meets and by anchoring programmes in television channels.
- The on-site events team will ensure that conferences, meetings, product launches and exhibitions run smoothly.
- Running until Sunday, the festival has a diverse programme of events including lectures, book launches, workshops, debates, symposia, film and art.
- The versatile space makes it an excellent choice of venue for conferences, meetings, product launches, functions and events.
- It makes 1m a year from renting out the galleries for conferences, drinks parties, dinners and product launches.
- The boat is available for receptions, gala dinners, product launches and business breakfasts.
- The book launch and lecture are happening on November 25 at 8pm.
- Another effective strategy of communications is inviting not only the dealers but also customers to special events and new product launches.
- Product launch and program management is becoming an increasingly critical element of supplier competitiveness.
- During the day, the venue will be used for product launches and wedding receptions.
- The award includes publication and launch of his book at next year's Writers' Week in Listowel.
- It will be open to the public and is also available for corporate entertainment and product launches.
- The launch of this new publication will take place at the conference room of the NIC building on the Waterfront, at 7 pm this evening.
- The occasion also marked the official launch of a new book on Admiral Brown.
- More often than not, one of the keys to a successful product launch is surprise and first mover advantage.
- How do you get that many journalists to take time out and attend your product launch?
- Tim was happy to sign copies of his book for those who attended his book launch.
- His wife Ann attended yesterday's launch with her two sons and daughter.
- Officials from businesses, local hospital trusts and academia attended yesterday's launch.
- I'm about to head off to a launch party for an Oxford play.
1(motorboat)lancha (a motor) femininemotora feminine
- He returned the salute as the warship gathered speed, picked up her guard of Police escort launches and headed for the open sea.
- You can tie up your own tender at the dinghy docks or go ashore in one of the harbor launches.
- Motor-driven launches, powerboats, pedal boats and rowboats are in great demand in the tourist spots of Veli-Akkulam.
- I decided to man the launch and left my shipmate to finish the starboard tire-without supervision.
- Ten minutes ago two attack helicopters peeled off overhead, circling London in tight formation and I could see police launches on the Thames.
- Managing to escape detection, they went aboard a Thai police motor launch.
- The company has a fleet of 15-feet motor boats for hire, plus electric launches and a day-hire sailing boat.
- They were joined by high-speed launches from the Thames police marine support unit.
- Ahead of the convoys were processions of mine sweepers, Coast Guard cutters, buoy-layers and motor launches.
- The launch would do the trips in quite heavy seas and cancellations for bad weather were rare.
- The Corps also purchased a motor launch and put her to work for the Fort Peck District.
- They come in with motor launches at the dead of night.
- When the council last advertised it said suitable candidates must have between ten and 15 rowing boats, a motor launch, a river boom and be suitable qualified in life saving.
- On May 22 I joined a small group from the American Museum of Natural History in a motor launch at Niantic, Connecticut.
- She spent more than five hours in the cold waters of Gare Loch, concealing herself from police launches and searchlights and penetrating the floating barrier surrounding the berth.
- Your launch trip gives you a thirty minute visit.
- During this time, they have launched hundreds of boats ranging from 20-foot steam launches to 40-foot schooners.
- The launches moved to intercept but were no match for the smaller craft, which was loaded with explosives.
- Part of the group rode in two support motor launches.
- They are used by wealthy individuals who have a fleet of expensive cars to protect them from bad weather and other damage, and also by a string of car manufacturers for motor launches.
2(on warship)lancha feminine
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