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 Translation for 'book launch' from English to Russian
NOUN   a book launch | book launches
изд.
презентация {ж} книги
book launch
Partial Matches
старт {м}launch
запуск {м} [напр., ракеты, спутника]launch
4
пуск {м}launch [start]
запускать [напр., ракету]to launch [e.g. rocket, missile]
2
книга {ж}book
5
книжный {adj}book [attr.]
бух.
бухгалтерская книга {ж}
account book
изд.линг.
разговорник {м}
phrase book
unverified
военно
военный билет {м}
military service book
библио.изд.лит.
детская книга {ж}
children's book
лит.
любимая книга {ж}
favourite book [Br.]
гастр.
поваренная книга {ж}
cookery book [Br.]
лит.
популярная книга {ж}
favorite book [Am.]
лит.
популярная книга {ж}
favourite book [Br.]
лит.
любимая книга {ж}
favorite book [Am.]
выход {м} книги из печатиpublication of a book
Вот ваша / твоя книга.Here is your book.
бронировать [место в самолёте, номер в гостинице и т.д.] [несов.]to book [seat, room etc.]
2
лит.F
Книга джунглей [Редьярд Киплинг]
The Jungle Book [Rudyard Kipling]
лит.
любимая книга {ж}
fave book [coll.] [short for: favorite / favourite book]
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Usage Examples English
  • At the same time as her book launch came the release of her fifties tribute album "If I Give My Heart to You", featuring her last UK chart entry "Little Things Mean a Lot", #92 on 13 July 1985.
  • Also in 1999 an exhibition of the original artworks and book launch for "Around the World in 80 Days" was held in London.
  • He later returned to the station in 2012 for the book launch of "Middle of Everywhere" about life in the area.
  • Bridget and Daniel begin to flirt heavily at work, ahead of an important book launch, at which Bridget bumps into Mark and his glamorous and haughty colleague Natasha.
  • An accompanying photographic exhibition marked the book launch at Somerset House.

  • Ollila had recruited four security guards for his book launch event in Helsinki in October 2013.
  • In September 2011, they hosted a mutual book launch together with fashion editor Carine Roitfeld, at Colette in Paris.
  • At the book launch on 1 November 2004, Pieters-Hawke revealed that her mother had reached the mid-stages of the disease and was now suffering from quite severe short-term memory loss.
  • Indeed, she was part of Allen Lane’s famous ten-book launch of Penguin Books.
  • In November 2001, a short reunion of Not Drowning, Waving – consisting of Bradley, Bridie, Mountfort, Phillips and Southall in the line-up – occurred at the Corner Hotel in Richmond for the book launch of "Blunt: A Biased History of Australian Rock".

  • She can be seen in an "Access Hollywood" video at the book launch event of Karen Dawn's "Thanking the Monkey: Rethinking the Way We Treat Animals", discussing how vegetarian and vegan diets help the environment, and a video on the homepage of the book's website talking about the importance of animal rights.
  • A scene for the film featured the producer and lyricist Vairamuthu making guest appearances as themselves during a book launch event.
  • Nasreen was later attacked during a book launch for the Telugu translation of her novel "Shodh".
  • Kondo has suffered a health incident where she had a cardiac problem when one of her valves were leaking therefore her book launch for Worldmaking": Race, Performance and the Work of Creativity", was postponed three years due to her open-heart surgery.
  • Fox attended and read at the Los Angeles book launch of Karen Dawn's Thanking The Monkey, and was seen on Access Hollywood discussing how being vegetarian helps the environment.

  • It was promoted with a book tour of the east and west coasts, including book launch parties at Phyllis Morris in Los Angeles and Trina Turk in Palm Springs.
  • On 20 November 2018, he officially announced his return to the main opposition party, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP during a book launch "My Transition Hours," written by former President Goodluck Jonathan.
  • Dolce & Gabbana also uses its spaces for book launches and photographic exhibitions of its own clothing, such as the book launch of their book "David Gandy" in 2011.
  • In order to draw attention to John Major's Criminal Justice Bill, a group of cyber-activists staged an event in which they "kidnapped" 60s counter-cultural hero Timothy Leary at a book launch for Chaos & Cyberculture held on Guy Fawkes Day 1994, and then proceeded to "force him to DDoS government websites".
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