CET4 IELTS 考 研 TOEFL
- publicity (n.)
- 1791, "condition of being public," from French publicité (1690s), from Medieval Latin publicitatem (nominative publicitas), from Latin publicus (see public (adj.)). Sense of "a making (something) known, an exposure to the public" is from 1826, shading by c. 1900 into "advertising, business of promotion." Publicity stunt first recorded 1908.
- 1. The company was privatised with a fanfare of publicity.
- 2. Now he plans to rev up publicity with a regional media campaign.
- 3. Norma is said to dislike the glare of publicity.
- 4. They felt they were being sucked into a whirlpool of publicity.
- 5. The publicity-shy singer spoke frankly in his first interview in three years.
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