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English definition of “tout”

tout

verb [T]  /tɑʊt/ us  
to advertise or praise something, often to encourage its use or sale: Various studies have been published touting the benefits of pre-kindergarten programs. If you tout someone's good character, knowledge, skills, achievements, etc., you praise those characteristics: The President was in Ohio on Saturday, touting his accomplishments and urging supporters to re-elect him.
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