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tout

verb (MAKE KNOWN) 使為人所知     /taʊt/
[T] to advertise, make known or praise something or someone repeatedly, especially as a way of encouraging their sale, popularity or development (尤指為了提高銷售額、知名度或推動發展)給…做廣告,宣傳,讚揚,吹捧 As an education minister, she has been touting these ideas for some time. 作為教育部長,一段時間以來她一直在宣傳這些理念。 He is being widely touted as the next leader of the Social Democratic party. 到處都在宣傳他是下任社會民主黨領袖。 Several insurance companies are now touting their services/wares on local radio. 幾家保險公司正在當地電台進行宣傳。 Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
[I] to repeatedly try to persuade people to buy your goods or services 兜售;招徠 There were hundreds of taxis at the airport, all touting for business/custom. 機場有數百輛出租車,都在拉生意/招徠乘客。 Selling
(Definition of tout verb (MAKE KNOWN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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