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Another word for advertise

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Verb
  1. To make (information) generally known

      1. To distribute widely:
      2. To cover with a layer:
      3. To be extended or enlarged:
      1. To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.
      2. To cause to extend to a broader area or larger number; spread:
      3. To cause to spread to extend; to impel or continue forward in space; as, to propagate sound or light.
      1. To make widespread
      2. To make known the terms of (a new or proposed law or statute)
      3. To put (a law, for example) into effect by formal public announcement.
      1. To make noise or a noise
      2. To talk much or loudly
      3. To spread about (a report, rumor, etc.)
      1. To scatter far and wide; spread abroad, as if sowing; promulgate widely
      2. To spread abroad; promulgate:
      3. To become diffused; spread.
      1. To spread widely among persons or places; disseminate:
      2. To cause to move about or be distributed:
      3. To be distributed to a circle or mass of readers or collectors
      1. (US, archaic British) to spread, promulgate or disseminate a rumour, news etc.
      2. To spread a report of; rumor
      3. To spread news of; repeat.
      1. To transmit a message or signal via radio waves or electronic means
      2. To spread (information, gossip, etc.) widely
      3. In a scattered manner.
      1. To display conspicuously or publicly.
      2. (Heraldry) To describe (a coat of arms) in proper terms.
      3. To paint or depict (a coat of arms) with accurate detail.
      1. To shoot rapidly and continuously:
      2. To prepare or lead (the way in an endeavor):
      3. To give off a strong, vivid light; shine very brightly; glare
  2. To make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

      1. To advocate or recommend something insistently:
      2. To urge or promote the use, sale, success, etc. of
      3. To apply pressure against (something), especially for the purpose of moving it:
      1. To connect with something so as to become attached, to close an electric circuit, etc.
      2. (Informal) To move or work doggedly and persistently:
      3. To stop up or fill (a hole, gap, etc.) by inserting a plug
      1. To fix or set at a particular point, level, degree, etc.
      2. (Music) To determine or set the key of (a tune, an instrument, or the voice)
      3. (Informal) To try to sell, promote, or convince, using persuasive talk, advertising, etc.
      1. (Idiomatic, intransitive) To talk louder.
      2. (Intransitive) To speak in a plain and candid way.
      3. (Idiomatic) To talk about (something or someone) to make it seem as good as possible or to draw positive attention to it.
      1. To give publicity to or draw public attention to:
      1. (Slang) To acquire (something) by devious or cunning means
      2. To raise or advance to a higher position or rank
      3. To help bring about or further the growth or establishment of
      1. To make understandable to the general public
      2. To cause to be liked by many people
      3. To present in a widely understandable or acceptable form:
      1. To shed tears, especially as a result of strong emotion such as grief, sorrow, pain, or joy.
      2. To bring into a specified condition by crying
      3. (Archaic) To beg for; implore:
      1. To sensationalise or make grand claims.
      2. (Informal) To advertise or promote by sensational methods
    See also:

    knowledge

  3. To bring to public notice or make known publicly

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    knowledge

Another word for advertise

Verb
  1. To make public

  2. To solicit business