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Detailed Synonyms for publish in English

publish:

to publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)

  1. to publish
    to publish; to issue
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
    • issue verb (issues, issued, issuing)
  2. to publish
    to publish
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
  3. to publish
    to release; to uncover; to make public; to publish
    • release verb (releases, released, releasing)
    • uncover verb (uncovers, uncovered, uncovering)
    • make public verb (makes public, made public, making public)
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
  4. to publish
    to recruit
    – seek to employ 1
    • recruit verb (recruits, recruited, recruiting)
      • The lab director recruited an able crew of assistants1
    to solicit; to advertise; to make propaganda; to publish; to advertize
    • solicit verb (solicits, solicited, soliciting)
    • advertise verb, British (advertises, advertised, advertising)
    • make propaganda verb (makes propaganda, made propaganda, making propaganda)
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
    • advertize verb, American
  5. to publish
    to give notice; to proclaim; to publish; to advertise; advertize
    • give notice verb (gives notice, gave notice, giving notice)
    • proclaim verb (proclaims, proclaimed, proclaiming)
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
    • advertise verb, British (advertises, advertised, advertising)
    • advertize verb, American
  6. to publish
    – prepare and issue for public distribution or sale 1
    to issue; to release; to publish; to put out; to bring out
    – prepare and issue for public distribution or sale 1
    • issue verb (issues, issued, issuing)
    • release verb (releases, released, releasing)
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
      • publish a magazine or newspaper1
    • put out verb (puts out, put out, putting out)
    • bring out verb (brings out, brought out, bringing out)
  7. to publish
    – have (one's written work) issued for publication 1
    to write; to publish
    – have (one's written work) issued for publication 1
    • write verb (writes, wrote, writing)
      • How many books did Georges Simenon write?1
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
      • She published 25 books during her long career1
  8. to publish
    – put into print 1
    to print; to publish
    – put into print 1
    • print verb (prints, printed, printing)
      • These news should not be printed1
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
      • The newspaper published the news of the royal couple's divorce1
  9. to publish
    – To make a form, view, device or other resource available over a network. 2
    to publish
    – To make a form, view, device or other resource available over a network. 2
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
  10. to publish
    – To make data ready and available for subsequent distribution and deployment in a server environment. 2
    to publish
    – To make data ready and available for subsequent distribution and deployment in a server environment. 2
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
  11. to publish
    – To copy something from a computer to a location online, such as a photo album or a blog post. 2
    to publish
    – To copy something from a computer to a location online, such as a photo album or a blog post. 2
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)
  12. to publish
    – To save a copy of a file in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) format to a Web server. 2
    to publish
    – To save a copy of a file in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) format to a Web server. 2
    • publish verb (publishes, published, publishing)

Conjugations for publish:

present
  1. publish
  2. publish
  3. publishes
  4. publish
  5. publish
  6. publish
simple past
  1. published
  2. published
  3. published
  4. published
  5. published
  6. published
present perfect
  1. have published
  2. have published
  3. has published
  4. have published
  5. have published
  6. have published
past continuous
  1. was publishing
  2. were publishing
  3. was publishing
  4. were publishing
  5. were publishing
  6. were publishing
future
  1. shall publish
  2. will publish
  3. will publish
  4. shall publish
  5. will publish
  6. will publish
continuous present
  1. am publishing
  2. are publishing
  3. is publishing
  4. are publishing
  5. are publishing
  6. are publishing
subjunctive
  1. be published
  2. be published
  3. be published
  4. be published
  5. be published
  6. be published
diverse
  1. publish!
  2. let's publish!
  3. published
  4. publishing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for publish:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
issue case; consequence; delivery; discharge; discharging; distribution; edition; effect; egress; emergence; emission; event; exit; government issue; granting; issuance; issue; issuing; matter; military issue; number; offspring; outcome; outlet; payoff; point of discussion; proceeds; progeny; publication; question; result; return; subject; take; takings; topic; upshot; way out; yield
print circulation; edition; impression; mark; photographic print; print; print-out; printed matter; printed piece; printing
recruit enlistee; military recruit; recruit; rookie
release absolution; acquittance; amnesty; bliss; button; delight; deliverance; departure; discharge; dismissal; dismission; exhaust; exhaust pipe; exit; expiration; firing; freeing; going; handout; happiness; liberation; loss; manumission; outflow; outlet; pardon; passing; press release; redemption; release; relief; remission; rescue; sack; sacking; salvation; spill; spillage; tone ending; vent; waiver
write write
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
advertise advertise; advertize; give notice; make propaganda; proclaim; publish; recruit; solicit advertise; advertize; announce; make propaganda; plug; promote; propagandise; propagandize; publicise; publicize; push
advertize advertise; advertize; give notice; make propaganda; proclaim; publish; recruit; solicit advertise; advertize; announce; make propaganda; plug; promote; propagandise; propagandize; publicise; publicize; push
bring out bring out; issue; publish; put out; release bring on; bring out; get out; introduce; let out; produce; reveal; set off; show; take out; uncover; unveil
give notice advertise; advertize; give notice; proclaim; publish advise; apprise; apprize; give notice; notify; send word
issue bring out; issue; publish; put out; release come forth; come out; cut; egress; emerge; go forth; issue; make out; supply; write out
make propaganda advertise; advertize; make propaganda; publish; recruit; solicit advertise; advertize; make propaganda; propagandise; propagandize
make public make public; publish; release; uncover
print print; publish impress; inscribe; print
proclaim advertise; advertize; give notice; proclaim; publish announce; call; declare; declare names; exalt; exclaim; expound; extol; give notice of; glorify; laud; predicate; proclaim; promulgate; state
publish advertise; advertize; bring out; give notice; issue; make propaganda; make public; print; proclaim; publish; put out; recruit; release; solicit; uncover; write
put out bring out; issue; publish; put out; release anaesthetise; anaesthetize; anesthetise; anesthetize; board out; bother; bring to a halt; bring to a standstill; discommode; disconnect; disoblige; do out; douse; entomb; exsert; extend; extinguish; halt; hold out; incommode; inconvenience; inter; make out; matter; offend; put out; put under; remove; retire; ruffle; set out; settle; smother; stop; stretch forth; stretch out; switch off; take off; trouble; turn off; upset
recruit advertise; advertize; make propaganda; publish; recruit; solicit conscript; crimp; draw new members; employ; engage; enrol; enroll; enter; hire; inscribe; levy; raise; recruit; shanghai; sign on
release bring out; issue; make public; publish; put out; release; uncover be freed from; be liberated; deliver; discharge; dismiss; drop; eject; exhaust; expel; fire; fly; free; give up; grant an amnesty; launch; lay off; let go; let go of; liberate; loose; loosen; redeem; release; relinquish; rescue; resign; rid of; sack; secrete; set at liberty; set free; start; turn; unblock; unfreeze; unlace; unloose; unloosen; untie; work loose
solicit advertise; advertize; make propaganda; publish; recruit; solicit accost; beg; court; hook; hustle; romance; solicit; tap; walk the streets; woo
uncover make public; publish; release; uncover bare; bring out; expose; lay bare; reveal; strip; uncover; unveil
write publish; write compose; correspond; drop a line; indite; keep up a correspondence; pen; save; scribble; spell; write
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bring out bring out; launch
issue come; direct heir; draw up; heir of the body; issuance; issue; make out; proceed; promulgation
make public announce; make public
print print; write carefully
proclaim announce; make known; proclaim
put out put out; stub out
recruit conscript; recruit
release exempt; free; release; set free
uncover reveal; uncover; unvei
write write
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
put out disgruntled; put out

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Related Definitions for "publish":

  1. prepare and issue for public distribution or sale1
    • publish a magazine or newspaper1
  2. have (one's written work) issued for publication1
    • She published 25 books during her long career1
  3. put into print1
    • The newspaper published the news of the royal couple's divorce1
  4. To make a form, view, device or other resource available over a network.2
  5. To make data ready and available for subsequent distribution and deployment in a server environment.2
  6. To copy something from a computer to a location online, such as a photo album or a blog post.2
  7. To save a copy of a file in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) format to a Web server.2



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