publicise
British variant of publicize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • publicise — (v.) chiefly British spelling of from PUBLICIZE (Cf. publicize). For suffix, see IZE (Cf. ize). Related: Publicised; publicising …   Etymology dictionary

  • publicise — (Brit.) v. advertise, make public, bring to the attention of the public (also publicize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • publicise — / pʌblɪsaɪz/, publicize verb to attract people’s attention to a product for sale, a service or an entertainment ● The campaign is intended to publicise the services of the tourist board. ● We are trying to publicise our products by advertisements …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • publicise — verb /ˈpʌblɪˌsaɪz/ a) To make widely known to the public. The scandal was so publicised that he lost the next election. b) To advertise, create publicity for. Theyre already publicising next months concert …   Wiktionary

  • publicise — pub|li|cise [ pʌblə,saız ] a British spelling of publicize …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • publicise — [[t]pʌ̱blɪsaɪz[/t]] see publicize …   English dictionary

  • publicise — UK [ˈpʌblɪsaɪz] / US [ˈpʌbləˌsaɪz] publicize …   English dictionary

  • publicise — /ˈpʌbləsaɪz / (say publuhsuyz) verb (t) (publicised, publicising) to give publicity to; bring to public notice; advertise: they publicised the meeting as best they could. Also, publicize …   Australian English dictionary

  • publicise — verb 1. call attention to Please don t advertise the fact that he has AIDS • Syn: ↑advertise, ↑publicize, ↑advertize • Derivationally related forms: ↑publicist, ↑publiciser, ↑publicist …   Useful english dictionary

  • publicised — publicise (Brit.) v. advertise, make public, bring to the attention of the public (also publicize) …   English contemporary dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”