Definition of 'announce'
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How do you make a splash to announce the arrival of a new car show? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We will soon announce further information about what is behind this game. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They talk about revolution then announce a series of reviews. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Was he tempted to announce his arrival by making a big splash? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Slimming clubs use the power of commitment to get you to move towards a publicly announced target weight. Times, Sunday Times (2007)An almighty cheer erupted outside the palace when the birth was finally announced at about 8.30pm. The Sun (2013)The company also announced another 50 million share buyback. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He announced another 29 million in emergency aid. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Two senior managers have been promoted from within the company, and all appointments are advertised internally before being publicly announced. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He wrote a letter announcing his triumph - but before he could head home and collect the cash he was killed. The Sun (2012)The family forgot about their entry until three weeks ago, when a letter announcing the news came through the letterbox at their home. Times, Sunday Times (2006)WINTER announced its arrival last week with gales, icy winds and snow. Times, Sunday Times (2011)May I now look forward to a letter announcing a reduction in charges? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Although the couple have yet to publicly announce their engagement, they posted a series of happy photos and tweets yesterday hinting at good news. The Sun (2014)Despite being over, they weren't prepared to announce that publicly. The Sun (2014) Another Japanese company announced 99 job losses this week. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Each Lancaster announced its arrival at the runway by flashing its code letter to Control. BomberCity announced their arrival as a European force with victory in Seville three weeks ago. The Sun (2015)A letter announcing the scheme has been sent out to all Yorkshire clubs with parents and coaches being asked to comply. Times, Sunday Times (2015)United are thought to be keen to conclude the season and ensure that the new manager's backroom team is also in place before publicly announcing the news. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The intelligence, which had been so anxiously announced to her, she was now to be anxiously announcing to another. Emma (1815)Yesterday it announced another huge discovery in Uganda, which takes the country a further big step towards becoming a major oil producer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The company has spent some 425 million on acquisitions since the end of the first half of its financial year in March and announced another yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'announce'
British English: announce /əˈnaʊns/ VERB
If you announce something, you tell people about it publicly or officially.
She was planning to announce her engagement.
- American English: announce
- Arabic: يُعْلِنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: anunciar
- Chinese: 宣布
- Croatian: najaviti
- Czech: oznámit
- Danish: bekendtgøre
- Dutch: aankondigen
- European Spanish: anunciar avisar
- Finnish: ilmoittaa
- French: annoncer
- German: ankündigen
- Greek: ανακοινώνω
- Italian: annunciare
- Japanese: 発表する
- Korean: 발표하다
- Norwegian: kunngjøre
- Polish: ogłosić
- European Portuguese: anunciar
- Romanian: a anunța
- Russian: объявлять
- Spanish: anunciar
- Swedish: offentliggöra
- Thai: ประกาศ
- Turkish: duyurmak
- Ukrainian: оголошувати
- Vietnamese: thông báo
Definition of announce from the Collins English Dictionary
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