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  1. publish

    • IPA[ˈpʌblɪʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      prepare and issue (a book, journal, piece of music, etc.) for public sale, distribution, or readership;print (something) in a book or journal so as to make it generally known
    • verb: publish, 3rd person present: publishes, gerund or present participle: publishing, past tense: published, past participle: published

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. prepare and issue (a book, journal, piece of music, etc.) for public sale, distribution, or readership:

      we publish practical reference books

    • 2. print (something) in a book or journal so as to make it generally known:

      we pay £25 for every letter we publish

    • 3. make (content) available online:

      a few hours after publishing the post I received a response from the founder of the company

      the photo has not been published on her Instagram account

    • 4. prepare and issue the work of (a particular writer):

      she is frequently published in literary journals and anthologies

    • 5. formally announce or read (an edict or marriage banns).
    • 6. communicate (a libel) to a third party.
    • adj. (of a book, journal, piece of music, etc.) prepared and issued for public sale or readership:

    • the collection includes the complete published works of Benjamin Britten

      thirty-one published articles were reviewed for potential inclusion

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    • adj. (of a book, journal, piece of music, etc.) prepared and issued for public sale or readership:

    • the collection includes the complete published works of Benjamin Britten

      thirty-one published articles were reviewed for potential inclusion

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    • v. (of a writer) publish (a piece of one's work) independently and at one's own expense:

    • eighteen months ago, he was an unknown writer who self-published his book with a minuscule print run of 20

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    • v. (of a writer) publish (a piece of one's work) independently and at one's own expense:

    • eighteen months ago, he was an unknown writer who self-published his book with a minuscule print run of 20

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    • adj. (of a piece of work) published by the author independently and at their own expense:

    • self-published books continue to grow in popularity

      a self-published memoir

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    • adj. (of a piece of work) published by the author independently and at their own expense:

    • self-published books continue to grow in popularity

      a self-published memoir

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    • IPA[ˈpəbliSH]

    美式

    • v.
      prepare and issue (a book, journal, piece of music, etc.) for public sale, distribution, or readership:
    • we publish practical reference books

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    • 托福 be published 的問題

      答案是A沒錯~ 原本應該是Emily Post's Book Etiquette, which was published in 1922. was am o,,edoate success. 因為要加was的話、which就不能省略。 這句是省略which was。

    • 不懂句子~解釋desktop publishing need

      ...bundle, and discovered they was more than sufficient for my desktop publishing needs.   我買下一組專門給家庭兼個人工作室用的軟體,我發現這些軟體...

    • 請問Mail (will not be published)

      你應該是在填某些表單吧? Mail (will not be published) (required) 電子郵件信箱(不會公開)(必要欄位) 這一欄就是要你填你的電子郵件信箱,而且一定要填 Website 網站 如果你有自己的網站的話,就把網址寫在這