Definition of 'promote'
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We'll keep being good partners to policymakers and work to promote responsible home sharing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They said that the agreement to promote products on social media could be implicit, but unspoken. Times, Sunday Times (2017)These two teams were promoted together in 2015 after a close battle in the Championship. The Sun (2017)They are prizes in an interactive treasure hunt across London, set up to promote a new product. The Sun (2016)There is little evidence that such rigid work organization does promote higher productivity. After Thatcher (1989)The industry says packs are the best way of promoting the products. The Sun (2010)It was during that time that he was promoted to the rank of general. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The team that is promoted this year will be hindered throughout next season. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Mine was awarded primarily for my work in promoting science. The Sun (2010)Share information and offer tips to followers to grow interest in your page and promote your products. The Sun (2014)The deal would be a bargain if the team are promoted. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It also promotes innovation in products and services. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Promoted teams have a momentum that can be a springboard. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And one of the most successful in promoting a product. Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)It was regarded by many solicitors as unfair competition and therefore not something to be promoted or encouraged. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He was quickly promoted up the ranks to Sergeant. The Sun (2012)After this time, heat will encourage healing by promoting blood flow to the area. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Second, the welfare system no longer does enough to promote the work ethic. Times, Sunday Times (2013)On the field, the promoted team already look a lost cause. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It would be facile to suggest Arsenal had it easy because they were playing a promoted team. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Tories on the Right of the party are hoping a senior figure from their ranks will be promoted. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was the last person holding that office who was promoted through the ranks of the military Judiciary. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In 1996 she was delighted to complete her rapid rise through the ranks by being promoted to principal inspector. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The heads of these practices take responsibility for recruitment, with an incentive to promote social work with flair and enthusiasm. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I am in the second generation of lawyers working to promote women's rights. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Our economy encourages us to promote ourselves with social media, to brand ourselves and get'likes. Christianity Today (2000)One of my roles as an ambassador for Cricket Australia is to promote and encourage spin around the country. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'promote'
British English: promote /prəˈməʊt/ VERB
advertise If people promote something, they help to make it happen, increase, or become more popular.
She came to London to promote her latest book.
- American English: promote
- Arabic: يُرَوِجّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: promover
- Chinese: 促进
- Croatian: promovirati
- Czech: prosadit
- Danish: fremme
- Dutch: promoten
- European Spanish: promocionar
- Finnish: edesauttaa
- French: promouvoir
- German: fördern
- Greek: προάγω
- Italian: promuovere
- Japanese: 促進する
- Korean: 촉진하다
- Norwegian: fremme
- Polish: promować
- European Portuguese: promover
- Romanian: a promova
- Russian: продвигать
- Spanish: ascender
- Swedish: främja
- Thai: ส่งเสริม
- Turkish: tanıtımını yapmak
- Ukrainian: просувати
- Vietnamese: xúc tiến
British English: promote VERB
person If someone is promoted, they are given a more important job or rank in the organization that they work for.
I was promoted to editor and then editorial director.
Definition of promote from the Collins English Dictionary
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