to move in circles or through a circuit
to cause (a person or thing) to move in circles or through a circuit
to move from person to person, as at a party
to spread or disseminate
to become widely known
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To announce is to give intelligence of in some formal or public way. We may announce that which has occurred or that which is to occur, tho the word is chiefly used in the anticipative sense; we announce a book when it is in press, a guest when he arrives. We advertise our business, communicate our intentions, enunciate our views; we notify an individual, give notice to the public. Declare has often an authoritative force; to declare war is to cause war to be, where before there may have been only hostilities; we say declare war, proclaim peace. We propound a question or an argument, promulgate the views of a sect or party, or the decision of a court, etc. We report an interview, reveal a secret, herald the coming of some distinguished person or great event. Publish, in popular usage, is becoming closely restricted to the sense of issuing through the press; we announce a book that is to be published.
advertise, announce, communicate, declare, enunciate, give notice (of), give out, herald, make known, notify, proclaim, promulgate, propound, publish, report, reveal, say, spread abroad, state, tell
The event was announced to the family by telegraph.
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go around, spread, circulateverb
become widely known and passed on
"the rumor spread"; "the story went around in the office"
fan out, unfold, circularise, outflank, overspread, disseminate, pass around, spread, distribute, spread out, broadcast, mobilize, get around, revolve, circle, mobilise, open, scatter, circularize, pass on, short-circuit, go around, propagate, rotate, disperse, bypass, diffuse
circulate, circularize, circularise, distribute, disseminate, propagate, broadcast, spread, diffuse, disperse, pass aroundverb
cause to become widely known
"spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
beam, shell out, fan out, lot, spread, mobilize, pervade, pass on, dish out, dissipate, deal out, allot, dot, overspread, break up, dispense, interpenetrate, dole out, unfold, penetrate, deal, parcel out, disperse, circularize, administer, give out, spread out, open, go around, pass around, sprinkle, hand out, mete out, dispel, mobilise, diffuse, broadcast, distribute, pass out, propagate, scatter, transmit, air, circularise, send, riddle, dust, stagger, imbue, permeate, disseminate, circle
circulate, pass around, pass on, distributeverb
cause be distributed
"This letter is being circulated among the faculty"
shell out, lot, spread, mobilize, pass on, dish out, hand out, deal out, allot, progress, reach, communicate, dispense, advance, dole out, disseminate, deal, parcel out, disperse, circularize, administer, give, go on, give out, go around, pass around, pass, move on, pass along, mete out, mobilise, impart, diffuse, broadcast, put across, distribute, turn over, propagate, leave, pass out, relegate, circularise, march on, stagger, submit, hand, circle
move through a space, circuit or system, returning to the starting point
"Blood circulates in my veins"; "The air here does not circulate"
move in circles
cause to move in a circuit or system
"The fan circulates the air in the room"
move around freely
"She circulates among royalty"
mobilize, mobilise, circulateverb
cause to move around
"circulate a rumor"
summon, circularise, disseminate, pass around, marshal, spread, diffuse, go around, broadcast, circle, mobilise, circularize, pass on, call up, mobilize, propagate, disperse, distribute, rally
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How to use circulate in a sentence?
In a situation of economic difficulty they have to stimulate consumption and what they think is: give grassroots people money and it will circulate, though the junta's action is exactly the same as previous governments, they claim that this time money will not leak.
Even though you have the same number of red blood cells, there’s more volume for them to circulate around.
I promise you as the season goes on, there are other strains circulating or will circulate as we get in January and February, although the vaccine is not perfect, it is still pretty good.
Water probably did circulate through the interior of the asteroid, like a hydrothermal system on Earth, and altered the originally anhydrous rocky material, forming these clays.
They break off from the larger text and circulate like little viruses in our culture that hook on to other things and that's when they really take off and spread.
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