Synonyms of 'publish'
to produce and issue (printed matter) for saleHis latest book will be published in May.
to announce formally or in publicThe paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
The couple were planning to announce their engagement.
She has refused to reveal her daughter's whereabouts.
Anyone carrying money into or out of the country must declare it.
Someone has been spreading rumours about us.
Religious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.
It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
Don't broadcast your business outside the family.
He revealed who had leaked a confidential police report.
The result will be communicated to parents.
Neither side would disclose details of the transaction.
He continues to proclaim his innocence.
Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
the ability to impart knowledge and command respect
He never publicized his plans.
He was charged with divulging state secrets.
Such behaviour promulgates a negative image of the British.
shout from the rooftops (informal),
blow wide open (slang)
Publish and be damned
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in the sense of advertise
to present or praise (goods or a service) to the public, in order to encourage salesReligious groups are not allowed to advertise on TV.It has been much advertised in specialist magazines.
in the sense of broadcast
to make widely known throughout an areaDon't broadcast your business outside the family.
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