- [U]公众的注意,众人周知 public notice or attention
- [U]宣传,宣扬 the business of bringing sb/sth to attention of the public
a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution;
"the packaging of new ideas"
the quality of being open to public view;
"the publicity of the court room"
- All the publicity nearly sent him crazy.
- The film star's marriage got a lot of publicity.
- His zeal was damped by the apathy of the public .
- Voters have been distanced from the party by adverse publicity.
- They got married in a blaze of publicity.
- Publicity of prohibition of opium is so shocking that attracts many visitors this time.
- A PR film is handling all our publicity .
- We allocate 10% of revenue to publicity .
- The singer star's marriage got a lot of publicity.
- I asked Tom to give the publicity to the fact.
- The British press has given considerable publicity to it.
- avoid publicity
避免引人注意avoid attracting sb's attention
- seek〔court〕 publicity
求名,存心想出风头seek fame; make everybody know
- enormous publicity 大肆宣传
Once notoriety had been achieved, he lived always in the glare of publicity.出自： F. Raphael