verb (used with object), hyped, hyp·ing.
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The conversation’s been around in the industry for a couple of years, but it’s now becoming real and we’re moving from that hype stage into reality and making it available for our customers.The Fourth Industrial Revolution has begun: Now’s the time to join|Jason Sparapani|October 15, 2020|MIT Technology Review
This meant that the kinds of films you might ordinarily only see at a film festival—those without distribution, or unknown actors, or simply no hype or marketing budget—were available to stream and take a risk on.
For all the hype around esports, its hamstrung by underperforming revenues, a lack of standardization for commercial partners and losses that make it hard to invest in for growth.
Zora’s head of business development, Dee Goens, says Zora is primarily aimed at “hype beasts”—those consumers who are super fans of a given brand or creator.
A woman whose life is full of substance, not hype, who builds bridges, not burns them.Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing feels like millions of women have lost their bubbie|jakemeth|September 22, 2020|Fortune
There are a lot of remarkable things to explain, instead of hyping up a fear which is not well-grounded.
In most battles, the rounds focus on battlers tearing each other down or hyping their own mastery of battle skills.
The industry itself is its own Flavor Flav, hyping us up for these yearly achievements.Volkswagen’s Super Bowl Ad an Unfunny Slight to Culture|Pia Glenn|January 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
From President Obama on down, everyone is hyping innovation these days.
In the ring, he excelled greatly at hyping, and if this chanced to miss, generally followed up with the "ham."Wrestling and Wrestlers:|Jacob Robinson