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  1. promote

    • IPA[prəˈməʊt]

    英式

    • v.
      support or actively encourage (a cause, venture, etc.); further the progress of;give publicity to (a product, organization, or venture) so as to increase sales or public awareness
    • verb: promote, 3rd person present: promotes, gerund or present participle: promoting, past tense: promoted, past participle: promoted

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. support or actively encourage (a cause, venture, etc.); further the progress of:

      some regulation is still required to promote competition

    • 2. give publicity to (a product, organization, or venture) so as to increase sales or public awareness:

      they are using famous personalities to promote the library nationally

    • 3. attempt to ensure the passing of (a private Act of Parliament):

      the government of the day would not be promoting the bill

    • 4. raise (someone) to a higher position or rank:

      she was promoted to General Manager

    • 5. transfer (a sports team) to a higher division of a league:

      they were promoted from the Third Division last season

    • 6. exchange (a pawn) for a more powerful piece of the same colour, typically a queen, when it reaches the opponent's end of the board.
    • 7. enable (a relatively low card) to win a trick by playing off the higher ones first:

      East will win with the ace and lead a heart, promoting the ♠9

    • 8. (of an additive) act as a promoter of (a catalyst).
    • v. use one product or service to promote (another):

    • the company is said to have plans to launch its own showbiz magazine that it can cross-promote in its newspapers

      it's not every day that two competing cable networks cross-promote each other

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    • v. use one product or service to promote (another):

    • the company is said to have plans to launch its own showbiz magazine that it can cross-promote in its newspapers

      it's not every day that two competing cable networks cross-promote each other

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    • adj. promoting or publicizing oneself or one's activities, especially in a forceful way:

    • a conceited, self-promoting charlatan

      a self-promoting political publicity stunt

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    • adj. promoting or publicizing oneself or one's activities, especially in a forceful way:

    • a conceited, self-promoting charlatan

      a self-promoting political publicity stunt

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    • IPA[prəˈmōt]

    美式

    • v.
      further the progress of (something, especially a cause, venture, or aim); support or actively encourage:
    • some regulation is still required to promote competition

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