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bulletin

Saltos de línea: bul|letin
Pronunciación: /ˈbʊlɪtɪn
 
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Definición de bulletin en inglés:

sustantivo

1A short official statement or broadcast summary of news.
Example sentences
  • Ninety years ago, there were no television pictures, radio broadcasts or Internet bulletins to flash the news around the globe in an instant.
  • Broadcast magazine compared ratings for BBC and ITV bulletins before and after the election was called.
  • I believe that two extra bulletins of world news are required, one in the afternoon and one in prime time.
Sinónimos
1.1A regular newsletter or report issued by an organization.
Example sentences
  • The commission found that viruses and worms are foreseeable events, as evidenced by the regular security bulletins issued by software companies.
  • We also ask that you mention us in your church bulletin or organization's newsletter.
  • The National Safety Council regularly issues bulletins warning about the number of road fatalities.
Sinónimos

Origen

mid 17th century (denoting an official warrant in some European countries): from French, from Italian bullettino, diminutive of bulletta 'passport', diminutive of bulla 'seal, bull'.

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  • The word bulletin derives from Italian bulletta meaning ‘official warrant or certificate’—something like a passport today. The root is the Italian and medieval Latin word bulla ‘seal, sealed document’, the source of bill meaning ‘written statement of charges’ and of bull meaning ‘papal edict’. The original Latin meaning of bulla was ‘bubble’, and this is the basis of bowl (Old English) in the sense ‘ball’ and ultimately ‘basin’ and of budge (late 16th century) which comes via French bouger ‘to stir’, from Latin bullire ‘boil, bubble’, bullet (early 16th century) originally a small ball, bullion (Middle English) from the idea of bubbling metal, and ebullient (late 16th century) ‘bubbling’.

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