launch into


launch into
ˈlaunch into [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they launch into he/she/it launches into present participle launching into past tense launched into past participle launched into] phrasal verb
to start something such as an explanation, project, or attack with a lot of enthusiasm

He immediately launched into a detailed account of his trip.

Thesaurus: to start doing somethingsynonym
Main entry: launch

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begin (something) energetically and enthusiastically

he launched into a two-hour sales pitch

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launch into [phrasal verb]
1 launch into (something) : to suddenly begin doing or saying (something) in an energetic way

He suddenly launched into a speech about taxes.

2 launch (yourself) into (something) : to become involved in (something) in an energetic way

She launched herself enthusiastically into the campaign.

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Main Entry:launch

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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