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relaunch

Translation of relaunch in Spanish:

transitive verb

American English: /riˈlɔn(t)ʃ/
British English: /riːˈlɔːn(t)ʃ/
  • 1.1
    (ship)
    botar por segunda vez
    1.2
    (product/publication)
    Example sentences
    • To cut costs, four earlier tinned products, have been relaunched in pouches at a lower price.
    • Soon afterwards, however, the site was relaunched using a different host.
    • London media commentators are sceptical about the newly relaunched business paper's chances of success.

noun

American English: /ˈrilɔn(t)ʃ/
British English: /ˈriːlɔːn(t)ʃ/
  • 1.1 (of ship)
    segunda botadura (feminine)
    1.2 (of product, publication)
    Example sentences
    • We remain confident our relaunch will bring growth back to Lottery sales in the medium term.
    • Police in Kirklees have said they are determined to stamp out prejudice-based crimes with the relaunch of a successful initiative.
    • Despite tough competition in the Sunday newspaper market, the relaunch of one competitor and heavy promotional spending by others, our sales have increased on the comparable period last year.

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