Definición de publicize en inglés:


Saltos de línea: pub¦li|cize
Pronunciación: /ˈpʌblɪsʌɪz
(also publicise)


[with object]
1Make (something) widely known: use the magazine to publicize human rights abuses
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Animal welfare laws are strictly enforced in the countries abroad and the press also publicises animal abuses very widely, owing to which cases of cruelty to animals are very few, she says.
  • Since 1992 extra emergency sessions have been held to deal with widely publicized human rights crises.
  • Yet they are also very good at calling a rally on the right issue at the right time, and publicizing it widely.
make known, make public, bring to public notice/attention, announce, report, communicate, impart, disclose, reveal, divulge, leak, publish, broadcast, transmit, issue, put out, distribute, spread, unfold, disseminate, circulate, air, blazon, herald, proclaim, promulgate
1.1Give out information about (a product, person, or company) for advertising or promotional purposes: Judy had started to publicize books and celebrities
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • So rest assured that while we're eager to show our appreciation we would never publicize anyone's name without their explicit permission.
  • I am trying to compile some internet facts and figures on Zora for use in publicising her.
  • However, not all ads for medical service are banned from inviting celebrities to publicize their products.



Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Like a security blanket, which is also visible to observers, cell phones provide the ‘publicization of emotional fulfillment,’ as the French sociologist has argued.
  • This needs more publicization and investigation.
  • The document for publicization must be signed and sealed by the Chairman of the Managing Board or the director.

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