promote, advance, boost, further, encourage(verb)
contribute to the progress or growth of
"I am promoting the use of computers in the classroom"
throw out, supercharge, bring forward, come along, pass on, get along, win, elevate, kick upstairs, progress, advertize, come on, make headway, advance, upgrade, encourage, hike, hike up, gain, pull ahead, foster, boost, go on, gain ground, raise, advertise, move on, get on, shape up, further, push, set ahead, march on, get ahead
promote, upgrade, advance, kick upstairs, raise, elevate(verb)
give a promotion to or assign to a higher position
"John was kicked upstairs when a replacement was hired"; "Women tend not to advance in the major law firms"; "I got promoted after many years of hard work"
throw out, kindle, supercharge, erect, arouse, put forward, leaven, bring forward, come along, pass on, provoke, get along, win, parent, elevate, kick upstairs, recruit, upraise, progress, advertize, come on, stir, make headway, call down, advance, conjure, lift, elicit, upgrade, farm, encourage, further, gain, bring up, pull ahead, set up, conjure up, nurture, resurrect, levy, prove, boost, go on, gain ground, invoke, raise, advertise, move on, get on, get up, produce, call forth, put up, grow, shape up, fire, evoke, rear, push, set ahead, march on, enhance, enkindle, get ahead, heighten
advertise, advertize, promote, push(verb)
make publicity for; try to sell (a product)
"The salesman is aggressively pushing the new computer model"; "The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops"
publicise, tug, agitate, force, boost, crusade, drive, advertise, encourage, upgrade, campaign, elevate, further, labour, kick upstairs, advance, crowd, publicize, press, bear on, raise, advertize, push, fight, labor
be changed for a superior chess or checker piece
change a pawn for a better piece by advancing it to the eighth row, or change a checker piece for a more valuable piece by moving it to the row closest to your opponent
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To promote (Latin pro, forward, and moveo, move) is to cause to move forward toward some desired end or to raise to some higher position, rank, or dignity. We promote a person by advancing, elevating, or exalting him to a higher position or dignity. A person promotes a scheme or an enterprise which others have projected or begun, and which he encourages, forwards, furthers, pushes, or urges on, especially when he acts as the agent of the prime movers and supporters of the enterprise. One who excites a quarrel originates it; to promote a quarrel is strictly to foment and urge it on, the one who promotes keeping himself in the background. Compare ABET; QUICKEN.
See synonyms for ABASE; ALLAY.
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How to use promote in a sentence?
The option of a quiet wedding was presumably open to Meghan Markles and Harry and they instead have chosen one that invites enormous publicity and indeed their office is orchestrating the publicity, so it is difficult for the watching public to switch from what is universal consumption to what is, in Harry’s words, now a ‘ private matter. ’ there is a natural and not always wise desire on the part of royal people to control everything we know about them, and this is not a healthy attitude nor is it a pragmatic one given the degree to which the media can promote their causes.
This bipartisan bill creates whatIexpect to be unprecedented transparency in trade negotiations, and ensures future trade deals break new ground to promote human rights, improve labor conditions, and safeguard the environment.
There has never been a marionette theater in Gaza, puppets have a role: they entertain people - children and adults. They promote positive values and change negative ones.
There's pressure for us to go out and promote the company, but it's difficult as I know most people here and they're skeptical of my motives.
There is no regulation of these products, and the advertising industry was using actors and spokespersons to promote these products as a way to enhance the desire for the product.
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- رقى, روّجArabic
- povýšit, propagovat, podporovatCzech
- promovieren, befördernGerman
- promover, ascenderSpanish
- tukea, ylentää, mainostaa, kannattaa, edistääFinnish
- faire la [[promotion]] de..., promouvoirFrench
- को बढ़ावा देनाHindi
- népszerűsít, előléptetHungarian
- [[増進]][[させる]], 促進するJapanese
- promotie maken, bekend maken, bevorderen, promoveren, promotenDutch
- promować, awansowaćPolish
- продвинуть, повыситьRussian
- befordra, främjaSwedish
- فروغ دیناUrdu
- khuyến khíchVietnamese
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