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pub·li·cist

 (pŭb′lĭ-sĭst)
n.
One who publicizes, especially a press or publicity agent.

publicist

(ˈpʌblɪsɪst)
n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) a person who publicizes something, esp a press or publicity agent
2. (Journalism & Publishing) a journalist
3. (Law) rare a person learned in public or international law

pub•li•cist

(ˈpʌb lə sɪst)

n.
1. a person who publicizes, esp. a press agent or public-relations consultant.
2. an expert in public or political affairs.
[1785–95; < German; see public, -ist]

publicist

an expert in public or international law.
See also: Law
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.publicist - someone who publicizes
communicator - a person who communicates with others
adman, advertiser, advertizer - someone whose business is advertising
PR man, press agent, public relations man, publicity man - someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)
ballyhoo artist, sensationalist - someone who uses exaggerated or lurid material in order to gain public attention

publicist

noun PR agent, spin doctor, public relations man or woman He doesn't even have a publicist - almost unheard of for a Hollywood star.
Translations

publicist

[ˈpʌblɪsɪst] Npublicista mf

publicist

[ˈpʌblɪsɪst] npublicitaire mf

publicist

nPublizist(in) m(f)

publicist

[ˈpʌblɪsɪst] npubblicitario/a
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