promote / prəˈmoʊt /


promote 的定义

v. 有主动词 verb

pro·mot·ed, pro·mot·ing.

  1. to help or encourage to exist or flourish; further: to promote world peace.
  2. to advance in rank, dignity, position, etc..
  3. Education. to put ahead to the next higher stage or grade of a course or series of classes.
  4. to aid in organizing.
  5. to encourage the sales, acceptance, etc., of, especially through advertising or other publicity.
  6. Informal. to obtain by cunning or trickery; wangle.

promote 近义词

v. 动词 verb

help, advance

v. 动词 verb

give a higher position in organization


  1. The WD-40 website promotes dozens of uses for their product, as well as a list of 2,000 uses submitted by actual users.
  2. Chief of Staff Ron Klain, communications director Kate Bedingfield and transition spokesman Andrew Bates all promoted it on Twitter.
  3. Many parents — including Schoppe-Sullivan — consult Common Sense Media, an advocacy group that promotes safe media use.
  4. Over the holidays, the wine brand partnered with Budweiser in an effort to promote products in both the beer and wine section of the e-commerce platform.
  5. When I go to negotiate my salary — suppose I just got promoted.
  6. She wrote for LIFE magazine and would go on Johnny Carson to promote her books.
  7. Another chilling recipe for injustice and resentment by closing down the open society you seek to promote.
  8. Australia earlier cancelled Blanc's visa over claims his tactics promote sexual assault.
  9. When it appears it is largely used to chastise transsexuals and to promote celibacy.
  10. We try to support activities that promote education and public participation about the Lincoln story.
  11. A certain cabinet minister being asked why he did not promote merit?
  12. You may rest assured that I will spare no time or attention to promote the performance of this engine.
  13. And, in effect, his example did serve to promote a rapprochement between the conquerors and the conquered.
  14. The underground water operates solely to promote certain changes which take place in the mineral realm.
  15. It did nothing to promote either practical activity or theological inquiry.