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pub·lish·er

 (pŭb′lĭ-shər)
n.
A person or business that produces and distributes something, such as a book or magazine, in printed or electronic form.

publisher

(ˈpʌblɪʃə)
n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) a company or person engaged in publishing periodicals, books, music, etc
2. (Journalism & Publishing) US and Canadian the proprietor of a newspaper or his representative

pub•lish•er

(ˈpʌb lɪ ʃər)

n.
a person or company whose business is the publishing of books, periodicals, computer software, etc.
[1730–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.publisher - a firm in the publishing businesspublisher - a firm in the publishing business  
business firm, firm, house - the members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments; "he worked for a brokerage house"
newspaper, newspaper publisher, paper - a business firm that publishes newspapers; "Murdoch owns many newspapers"
magazine publisher, magazine - a business firm that publishes magazines; "he works for a magazine"
2.publisher - a person engaged in publishing periodicals or books or music
professional, professional person - a person engaged in one of the learned professions
3.publisher - the proprietor of a newspaperpublisher - the proprietor of a newspaper  
owner, proprietor - (law) someone who owns (is legal possessor of) a business; "he is the owner of a chain of restaurants"
press lord - a powerful newspaper proprietor
Translations
دار نشرنَاشِرناشِر
vydavatel
forlæggerbladhus
julkaisija
izdavač
kiadókönyvkiadó
útgefandi
出版業者
발행자
nakladateľvydavateľ
založnik
förläggare
ผู้พิมพ์จำหน่าย
nhà xuất bản

publisher

[ˈpʌblɪʃəʳ] N (= person) → editor(a) m/f; (= firm) → editorial f

publisher

[ˈpʌblɪʃər] n
(= person) → directeur/trice m/f de la publication
(= company) → éditeur m

publisher

n (= person)Verleger(in) m(f); (= firm: also publishers) → Verlag m; who are your publishers?wer ist Ihr Verleger?

publisher

[ˈpʌblɪʃəʳ] n (person) → editore m; (firm) → casa editrice

publish

(ˈpabliʃ) verb
1. to prepare, print and produce for sale (a book etc). His new novel is being published this month.
2. to make known. They published their engagement.
ˈpublisher noun
a person or a company that publishes books, newspapers etc.
ˈpublishing noun
the business of a publisher.

publisher

نَاشِر vydavatel forlægger Verleger εκδότης editor julkaisija éditeur izdavač casa editrice 出版業者 발행자 uitgever utgiver wydawca editora издатель förläggare ผู้พิมพ์จำหน่าย yayınevi nhà xuất bản 出版社
References in classic literature ?
It was introduced by an old Italian publisher somewhere about the 15th century, during the Revival of Learning; and in those days, and even down to a comparatively late period, dolphins were popularly supposed to be a species of the Leviathan.
But I was the architect of her fortunes -- the publisher, so to speak, of her book -- and, if anything, I am underpaid.
What is called a taking title, serves the direct interest of the bookseller or publisher, who by this means sometimes sells an edition while it is yet passing the press.
Begone from my presence, thou born monster, storehouse of lies, hoard of untruths, garner of knaveries, inventor of scandals, publisher of absurdities, enemy of the respect due to royal personages
Then suddenly I was reminded by an advertisement that I had promised to meet Richardson, the publisher, at two.
You are mistaken, friend D'Artagnan," said Aramis, always on his guard; "this is from my publisher, who has just sent me the price of that poem in one-syllable verse which I began yonder.
The immediate acceptance of 'Typee' by John Murray was followed by an arrangement with the London agent of an American publisher, for its simultaneous publication in the United States.
The manuscript was revised around 1803 and sold to a London publisher, Crosbie & Co.
Warn the publisher that we can not have this sort of thing: put the editor in prison
Then we would speak of this publisher and of that, comparing the generosity of one with the meanness of another; we would argue whether it was better to go to one who gave handsome royalties or to another who "pushed" a book for all it was worth.
Had I been the publisher I should not have printed it.
The statement was passed on until it had quite lost the stamp of an inference, and was taken as information coming straight from Garth, so that even a diligent historian might have concluded Caleb to be the chief publisher of Bulstrode's misdemeanors.

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