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    Launch/ embark

    Our company is going to launch/ embark/ campain a new product next year.

    Which verb shall be used in this sentence?

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    Re: Launch/ embark

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseSpring View Post
    Our company is going to launch/ embark/ campain a new product next year.

    Which verb shall be used in this sentence?
    Usually, a new product is "launched".

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    Re: Launch/ embark

    Thanks for your help indeed.

    Also, thank you for answering my questions regularly and very often.

    Much obliged.

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