Translation of tout in Spanish:

tout

Pronunciation: /taʊt/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1.1 (solicit) to tout for customers andar* a la caza de clientes 1.2 (in horseracing)[ vender información confidencial, datos, pronósticos etc ]

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • 1.1 (offer, sell) [wares] ofrecer*; [tickets] (British English/inglés británico) revender 1.2 (in horseracing) [information/tips] vender 1.3 (promote) [idea/product] promocionar
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    • It is too new and too insular just yet to be touted as having surpassed the personal skill of the candidate, the mainstream media and advertising as the most effective way to reach voters, as some have argued.
    • Being organised by the Apparel Export Promotion Council, in association with the Ministry of Textiles, the fair is being touted as the biggest garment fair of the Indian apparel industry.
    • All three have been touted as potential suitors for the Edinburgh-based bank in the past, and may yet be able to persuade their shareholders that it is worth paying a hefty premium for whisking her away from under Halifax's nose.
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    • So it's no surprise to see every major player in the market touting special offers.
    • The reply was to my now standard response to people hawking or touting things, which is ‘No thanks, I'm only interesting in drinking and girls’.
    • Expanding an effort to position Caller ID as family friendly, Sprint this week will break a new TV, print and radio campaign in local markets to tout the service.

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (person soliciting custom)[ persona que busca clientes ] 1.2
    (ticket tout)
    (British English/inglés británico) revendedor, (masculine, feminine) (de entradas)
    1.3 (in horseracing)[ persona que vende información confidencial, datos, pronósticos etc ]

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