[ puhb-luh-sahyz ]
/ ˈpʌb ləˌsaɪz /
verb (used with object), pub·li·cized, pub·li·ciz·ing.
Pore Over vs. Pour OverSince pour is a common word and sounds identical to pore, many English speakers use the verb pour in the verb phrase pore over meaning “to meditate or ponder intently.”
What’s The Name For The Dot Over “i” And “j”?While many languages, such as Arabic and Hebrew, add specific accents to the letters or characters throughout their alphabet, the English alphabet has only two letters that include a diacritic dot. This mark is added to a letter to signal a change in either the sound or meaning of a character. What is the additional name of this curious dot that hovers over the ninth …
- publication date,
- publish or perish,
Also especially British, pub·li·cise.
Origin of publicize
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/ (ˈpʌblɪˌsaɪz) /
(tr) to bring to public notice; advertise
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