publicar


publicar
v.
1 to publish (libro, revista).
El profesor publicó mis decisión The teacher disclosed my decision.
El profesor publicó mi tesis The teacher published my thesis.
2 to publicize.
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publicar
Conjugation model [SACAR], like {{link=sacar}}sacar
verbo transitivo
1 (libro, noticia) to publish
2 (secreto) to broadcast, spread
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verb
1) to publish
2) reveal
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VT
1) (Com) [+ libro, artículo] to publish; [+ disco, grabación] to issue
2) (=difundir) [gen] to publicize; [+ secreto] to make public, divulge
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verbo transitivo
a) <artículo/noticia> to publish; <amonestaciones> to publish
b) (divulgar) to divulge, disclose

no lo publiques mucho — don't go around telling everybody

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= come out, issue, publish, release, bring out.
Ex. Adequate attention should be paid to the needs of nonresearch libraries in whatever code comes out in the second edition.
Ex. Plans were made to issue a concise version of AACR1, but these plans never came to fruition.
Ex. There is no official index to the whole scheme, although an index has been published.
Ex. Continuous revision means that Phoenixes and major revisions will be released as separates between editions.
Ex. The best that a British author or publisher could do was to authorize an American publisher to bring the book out in America, giving him an advance copy of the text so that he could get in ahead of the field.
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* acto de publicar = publication.
* dejar de publicarse = cease + publication.
* digno de publicar = publishable.
* publicar en forma seriada = serialise [serialize, -USA].
* publicar oficialmente = gazette.
* publicar o perecer = publish or perish.
* publicar por encargo = publishing on commission.
* publicar por primera vez = debut.
* publicar una noticia en varias listas de correo = cross post [cross-post].
* sin publicar = unpublished.
* volver a publicar = reissue [re-issue].
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verbo transitivo
a) <artículo/noticia> to publish; <amonestaciones> to publish
b) (divulgar) to divulge, disclose

no lo publiques mucho — don't go around telling everybody

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= come out, issue, publish, release, bring out.

Ex: Adequate attention should be paid to the needs of nonresearch libraries in whatever code comes out in the second edition.

Ex: Plans were made to issue a concise version of AACR1, but these plans never came to fruition.
Ex: There is no official index to the whole scheme, although an index has been published.
Ex: Continuous revision means that Phoenixes and major revisions will be released as separates between editions.
Ex: The best that a British author or publisher could do was to authorize an American publisher to bring the book out in America, giving him an advance copy of the text so that he could get in ahead of the field.
* acto de publicar = publication.
* dejar de publicarse = cease + publication.
* digno de publicar = publishable.
* publicar en forma seriada = serialise [serialize, -USA].
* publicar oficialmente = gazette.
* publicar o perecer = publish or perish.
* publicar por encargo = publishing on commission.
* publicar por primera vez = debut.
* publicar una noticia en varias listas de correo = cross post [cross-post].
* sin publicar = unpublished.
* volver a publicar = reissue [re-issue].

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publicar [A2 ]
vt
1 ‹artículo/noticia› to publish
acaba de publicarse su última novela her latest novel has just been published
2 (divulgar) to divulge, disclose
te voy a contar una cosa pero no lo publiques (fam); I'm going to tell you something but don't go telling everyone o spreading it around (colloq)
3 ‹amonestaciones› to publish
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publicar (conjugate publicar) verbo transitivo
a)artículo/noticiato publish

b) (divulgar) to divulge, disclose

publicar verbo transitivo
1 (libro, etc) to publish: publicó su primera novela, she published her first novel
2 (divulgar) to publicize
'publicar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
mentís
- editar
English:
bring out
- essay
- issue
- print
- promulgate
- publish
- put out
- run
- serialize
- bring
- put
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publicar vt
1. [libro, revista] to publish;
el escritor está a punto de publicar una nueva novela the writer is about to have a new novel published
2. [difundir] to publicize;
[noticia] to make known, to make public; [aviso] to issue; [ley] = to bring a law into effect by publishing it in the official government gazette
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publicar
v/t publish
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publicar {72} vt
1) : to publish
2) divulgar: to divulge, to disclose
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publicar vb to publish

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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