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launch into something

to start in doing something. Now, don't launch into lecturing me about manners again! Tim's mother launched into a sermon about how to behave at the dinner table.
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launch into somebody

to criticize someone severely He launched into me for not having called or e-mailed in a long time.
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launch into something

to start something with energy or enthusiasm She launched into the song as if she couldn't hold herself back. He launched into an attack on all the people who had laughed at his idea.
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launch into

v.
To start saying or doing something enthusiastically; plunge into something: The professor launched into the topic after a brief introduction.
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