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an·nounce

 (ə-nouns′)
v. an·nounced, an·nounc·ing, an·nounc·es
v.tr.
1. To make known publicly.
2. To proclaim the presence or arrival of: announce a caller.
3. To provide an indication of beforehand; foretell: The invention of the microchip announced a new generation of computers.
4. To serve as an announcer for: announce a football game on TV.
v.intr.
1. To declare one's candidacy: was declared the front-runner even before she announced.
2. To serve as an announcer.

[Middle English announcen, from Old French anoncier, from Latin annūntiāre : ad-, ad- + nūntiāre, to report (from nūntius, messenger; see neu- in Indo-European roots).]
Synonyms: announce, advertise, broadcast, declare, proclaim, promulgate, publish
These verbs mean to bring to public notice: announced a cease-fire to the media; advertised the upcoming concert on cable television; broadcast his opinions in a blog; declared her political intentions at a news conference; proclaiming his beliefs in a column; promulgated a policy of nonviolence; publishing the rules of the contest in the newspaper.

announce

(əˈnaʊns)
vb
1. (tr; may take a clause as object) to make known publicly; proclaim
2. (tr) to declare the arrival of: to announce a guest.
3. (tr; may take a clause as object) to reveal to the mind or senses; presage: the dark clouds announced rain.
4. (Broadcasting) (intr) to work as an announcer, as on radio or television
5. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) US to make known (one's intention to run as a candidate): to announce for the presidency.
[C15: from Old French anoncer, from Latin annuntiāre, from nuntius messenger]

an•nounce

(əˈnaʊns)

v. -nounced, -nounc•ing. v.t.
1. to make known publicly or officially; proclaim; give notice of: to announce an engagement.
2. to state the approach or presence of: to announce a guest.
3. to make known to the mind or senses.
4. to serve as an announcer of: to announce a program.
5. to state; declare.
6. to state in advance; declare beforehand.
v.i.
7. to be employed or serve as an announcer, esp. of a radio or television broadcast.
8. to declare one's candidacy, as for a political office: to announce for governor.
[1490–1500; < Middle French anoncer < Latin annūntiāre=an- an-2 + nūntiāre to announce, derivative of nūntius messenger]
an•nounce′a•ble, adj.

announce


Past participle: announced
Gerund: announcing

Imperative
announce
announce
Present
I announce
you announce
he/she/it announces
we announce
you announce
they announce
Preterite
I announced
you announced
he/she/it announced
we announced
you announced
they announced
Present Continuous
I am announcing
you are announcing
he/she/it is announcing
we are announcing
you are announcing
they are announcing
Present Perfect
I have announced
you have announced
he/she/it has announced
we have announced
you have announced
they have announced
Past Continuous
I was announcing
you were announcing
he/she/it was announcing
we were announcing
you were announcing
they were announcing
Past Perfect
I had announced
you had announced
he/she/it had announced
we had announced
you had announced
they had announced
Future
I will announce
you will announce
he/she/it will announce
we will announce
you will announce
they will announce
Future Perfect
I will have announced
you will have announced
he/she/it will have announced
we will have announced
you will have announced
they will have announced
Future Continuous
I will be announcing
you will be announcing
he/she/it will be announcing
we will be announcing
you will be announcing
they will be announcing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been announcing
you have been announcing
he/she/it has been announcing
we have been announcing
you have been announcing
they have been announcing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been announcing
you will have been announcing
he/she/it will have been announcing
we will have been announcing
you will have been announcing
they will have been announcing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been announcing
you had been announcing
he/she/it had been announcing
we had been announcing
you had been announcing
they had been announcing
Conditional
I would announce
you would announce
he/she/it would announce
we would announce
you would announce
they would announce
Past Conditional
I would have announced
you would have announced
he/she/it would have announced
we would have announced
you would have announced
they would have announced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.announce - make knownannounce - make known; make an announcement; "She denoted her feelings clearly"
inform - impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to; "I informed him of his rights"
denounce - announce the termination of, as of treaties
meld - announce for a score; of cards in a card game
report - announce one's presence; "I report to work every day at 9 o'clock"
report - announce as the result of an investigation or experience or finding; "Dozens of incidents of wife beatings are reported daily in this city"; "The team reported significant advances in their research"
blazon out, cry - proclaim or announce in public; "before we had newspapers, a town crier would cry the news"; "He cried his merchandise in the market square"
trump out, trump - proclaim or announce with or as if with a fanfare
blare out, blat out - announce loudly
call out - call out loudly, as of names or numbers
advertise, publicise, publicize, advertize - call attention to; "Please don't advertise the fact that he has AIDS"
post - publicize with, or as if with, a poster; "I'll post the news on the bulletin board"
sound - announce by means of a sound; "sound the alarm"
2.announce - announce publicly or officiallyannounce - announce publicly or officially; "The President declared war"
promulgate - put a law into effect by formal declaration
say, state, tell - express in words; "He said that he wanted to marry her"; "tell me what is bothering you"; "state your opinion"; "state your name"
3.announce - give the names ofannounce - give the names of; "He announced the winners of the spelling bee"
identify, name - give the name or identifying characteristics of; refer to by name or some other identifying characteristic property; "Many senators were named in connection with the scandal"; "The almanac identifies the auspicious months"
4.announce - foreshadow or presageannounce - foreshadow or presage    
tell - let something be known; "Tell them that you will be late"

announce

verb
2. introduce, name, present A brisk voice announced the inspector.
3. be a sign of, signal, herald, warn of, signify, augur, harbinger, presage, foretell, portend, betoken The doorbell of the shop announced the arrival of a customer.

announce

verb
1. To bring to public notice or make known publicly:
2. To make known the presence or arrival of:
Translations
أعلنيُعْلِنيُعْلِنُيُعْلِن حُضور شَخْص
oznámituvéstohlásit
bekendtgøreintroducerekundgøremeddelepræsentere
ilmoittaajulistaakuuluttaa
najaviti
bemond
kynnatilkynna
発表する知らせる
발표하다
pranešėjaspranešimas
pasludinātpaziņotpieteikt
napovedatiobjaviti
offentliggöra
ประกาศแจ้งแถลง
duyurmakhaber vermek
thông báo

announce

[əˈnaʊns] VT
1. (gen) → anunciar
we regret to announce the death oflamentamos tener que anunciar la muerte de ...
2. (= inform) → comunicar, hacer saber
it is announced from London thatse comunica desde Londres que ...
3. (= declare) → declarar
he announced that he wasn't goingdeclaró que no iba

announce

[əˈnaʊns] vt
[+ news, decision, resignation, retirement, intentions, appointment, results] → annoncer
[+ birth, death, engagement, marriage] (= make public) → annoncer; (in newspaper, by card)faire part de
to announce that ... → annoncer que ...
He announced that he wasn't going → Il a annoncé qu'il n'irait pas.
"I'm going to bed," she announced → "Je vais me coucher", annonça-t-elle.
it was announced that ... → il a été annoncé que ...
It was announced that the Prime Minister would speak on television → Il a été annoncé que le Premier Ministre allait s'exprimer à la télévision.

announce

vt (lit, fig: person) → bekannt geben, verkünden; arrival, departure, radio programmeansagen; (over intercom) → durchsagen; (= signal)anzeigen; (formally) birth, marriage etcanzeigen; coming of spring etcankündigen; to announce somebodyjdn melden; the arrival of flight BA 742 has just been announcedsoeben ist die Ankunft des Fluges BA 742 gemeldet worden

announce

[əˈnaʊns] vt (gen) → annunciare
to announce the marriage/death of sb → annunciare le nozze/la morte di qn
he announced that he wasn't going → ha dichiarato che non (ci) sarebbe andato

announce

(əˈnauns) verb
1. to make known publicly. Mary and John have announced their engagement.
2. to make known the arrival or entrance of. He announced the next singer.
anˈnouncement noun
an important announcement.
anˈnouncer noun
a person who introduces programmes or reads the news on radio or television.

announce

يُعْلِنُ oznámit bekendtgøre ankündigen ανακοινώνω anunciar ilmoittaa annoncer najaviti annunciare 発表する 발표하다 aankondigen kunngjøre ogłosić anunciar объявлять offentliggöra ประกาศ duyurmak thông báo 宣布

announce

v. anunciar, publicar.
References in classic literature ?
laurie', and a surprised- looking servant came running up to announce a young lady.
Still ignorant of the fate of those who had trusted to the aid of the swift current, he at first listened intently to any signal or sounds of alarm, which might announce the good or evil fortune of their hazardous undertaking.
Why not announce thyself openly, and cast me off at once?
I picketed the great embankments thrown up around our lines by the dynamite explosion -- merely a look- out of a couple of boys to announce the enemy when he should appear again.
His eyes want all that spirit, that fire, which at once announce virtue and intelligence.
On the before-named occasion he came into the house to announce his intention of doing nothing, while I was assisting Miss Cathy to arrange her dress: she had not reckoned on his taking it into his head to be idle; and imagining she would have the whole place to herself, she managed, by some means, to inform Mr.
My head-clerk sent him one of the circulars which were dispatched from my office, in various directions, to announce my return.
In a very few minutes the waiter came in to announce that Miss Manette had arrived from London, and would be happy to see the gentleman from Tellson's.
I was obliged to announce myself, somehow,' I replied.
Jaggers, deliberately putting down the glass, and hauling out his gold repeater by its massive chain, "I am exceedingly sorry to announce that it's half-past nine.
For a moment I thought that he was an apparition of prophecy charged to announce the maiden of the Lord for whom I was seeking.
See what tidings that horn tells us of to announce, I ween, some hership* and robbery which has been done