Publicity

  • 1publicity — pub‧lic‧i‧ty [pʌˈblɪsti] noun [uncountable] 1. the attention that someone or something gets from newspapers, television etc: • The case has received massive publicity. • Sales of the drug are falling due to adverse (= negative ) publicity about… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 2publicity — publicity, ballyhoo, promotion, propaganda are comparable when they mean either a systematic effort to mold public opinion in respect to something or the means or the matter used in such an effort. Each implies a specialized form of advertising.… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 3publicity — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 7}}[wym. pablis ity – akcent na sylabie trzeciej od końca] {{/stl 7}}{{stl 8}}rz. n ndm {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} popularność, sława, rozgłos zdobywane przede wszystkim za pośrednictwem środków masowego przekazu; także: reklama :… …

    Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień

  • 4publicity — (n.) 1791, condition of being public, from Fr. publicité (1690s), from M.L. publicitatem (nom. publicitas), from L. publicus (see PUBLIC (Cf. public)). Sense of making something known, advertising is from 1826. Publicity stunt first recorded 1926 …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 5Publicity — Pub*lic i*ty, n. [Cf. F. publicit[ e].] The quality or state of being public, or open to the knowledge of a community; notoriety; publicness. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6publicity — I noun advertisement, advertising, airing, announcement, billing, broadcast, bulletin, common knowledge, disclosure, dissemination, divulgation, divulgement, divulgence, enunciation, evulgation, exposure, fame, famousness, information, issuance,… …

    Law dictionary

  • 7publicity — (izg. pablìsiti) m DEFINICIJA skup sredstava kojima se želi privući pažnja, upozoriti na koga ili što; reklama, propaganda ETIMOLOGIJA engl., v. publicirati …

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  • 8Publicity — ↑ publik …

    Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • 9publicity — [n] promotion of something, someone advertising, announcement, announcing, attention, ballyhoo*, big noise*, billing, blurb*, boost*, broadcasting, build up*, clout*, commercial, currency, distribution, fame, handout, hoopla*, hype*, ink*,… …

    New thesaurus

  • 10publicity — ► NOUN 1) notice or attention given to someone or something by the media. 2) material or information used for advertising or promotional purposes …

    English terms dictionary

  • 11publicity — [pub lis′ə tē] n. [Fr publicité] 1. the state of being public, or commonly known or observed 2. ☆ a) any information, promotional material, etc. which brings a person, place, product, or cause to the notice of the public b) the work or business… …

    English World dictionary

  • 12publicity — noun 1 media attention ADJECTIVE ▪ considerable, enormous, extensive, greater, wide, widespread ▪ The papers have begun to give greater publicity to the campaign against GM food. ▪ …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 13publicity — n. 1) to give, provide publicity 2) to gain, receive; seek publicity 3) to avoid, shun publicity 4) extensive, wide publicity 5) publicity for 6) (misc.) a blaze of publicity (they left for Europe in a blaze of publicity) * * * [pʌ blɪsɪtɪ]… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 14publicity*/ — [pʌbˈlɪsəti] noun [U] attention in newspapers and on television a publicity campaign (= an attempt to get publicity)[/ex] Her behaviour during the filming attracted a lot of publicity.[/ex] • Words often used with publicity Adjectives often used… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 15Publicity — Marketing Key concepts Product marketing · Pricing …

    Wikipedia

  • 16Publicity — Pu|bli|ci|ty [pa blɪsiti], die; : a) jmds. Bekanntsein oder werden in der Öffentlichkeit: er ist nur auf Publicity aus; als Oberbürgermeisterin genießt sie natürlich einige Publicity. b) Werbung zur Sicherung eines hohen Bekanntheitsgrades oder… …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 17publicity — pub|lic|i|ty W3S2 [pʌˈblısıti] n [U] 1.) the attention that someone or something gets from newspapers, television etc ▪ Standards in education have received much publicity over the last few years. bad/good/unwelcome etc publicity ▪ It s important …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18publicity — /pV blIsifiti/ noun (U) 1 the attention that someone or something gets from newspapers, television etc: The case has received massive publicity. | bad/adverse publicity (=publicity that makes you look bad) | publicity stunt (=something that is… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19publicity — [[t]pʌblɪ̱sɪti[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) N UNCOUNT Publicity is information or actions that are intended to attract the public s attention to someone or something. Much advance publicity wwas given to the talks. ...government publicity campaigns... It was all… …

    English dictionary

  • 20publicity */*/ — UK [pʌbˈlɪsətɪ] / US noun [uncountable] 1) attention in magazines, newspapers, or television Her behaviour during the filming attracted a lot of free publicity. a publicity campaign (= an attempt to get publicity) • Collocations: Adjectives… …

    English dictionary