launch into

This page is about the phrasal verb launch into.

Meaning: to start off something, like a speech or a song, in an energetic way

For example:

  • launch into sth After being introduced to the audience, the guest speaker launched into a detailed account of his life's work.

  • launch into sth She launched into an attack on the government for failing to prevent the economic crisis.

Quick Quiz:

Stan got to his feet and launched into

a. a minute of silence

b. an Elvis Presley song

c. the next row of seats

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Contributor: Matt Errey