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bul·le·tin

 (bo͝ol′ĭ-tn, -tĭn)
n.
1. A brief report, especially an official statement on a matter of public interest issued for immediate publication or broadcast.
2. A brief update or summary of current news, as on television or radio or in a newspaper.
3. A periodical, especially one published by an organization or society.
4. A printed program, especially one listing the order of worship for a religious service: a church bulletin.
tr.v. bul·le·tined, bul·le·tin·ing, bul·le·tins
To announce or make known by bulletin.

[French, probably from Italian bullettino, diminutive of bolletta, bill, diminutive of bolla, bubble, bull, from Medieval Latin bulla; see bull2.]

bulletin

(ˈbʊlɪtɪn)
n
1. an official statement on a matter of public interest, such as the illness of a public figure
2. (Broadcasting) a broadcast summary of the news
3. (Journalism & Publishing) a periodical publication of an association, etc
vb
(tr) to make known by bulletin
[C17: from French, from Italian bullettino, from bulletta, diminutive of bulla papal edict, bull3]

bul•le•tin

(ˈbʊl ɪ tn, -tɪn)
n.
1. a brief usu. official statement issued for the information of the public.
2.
a. a brief, prominently featured newspaper account, based upon information received just before the edition went to press.
b. a similar brief account broadcast over radio or television pending further information.
3. a journal or brochure regularly issued by an organization, government agency, etc.
4. a catalog describing the courses taught at a college or university.
v.t.
5. to publish by means of a bulletin.
[1645–55; < French]

bulletin


Past participle: bulletined
Gerund: bulletining

Imperative
bulletin
bulletin
Present
I bulletin
you bulletin
he/she/it bulletins
we bulletin
you bulletin
they bulletin
Preterite
I bulletined
you bulletined
he/she/it bulletined
we bulletined
you bulletined
they bulletined
Present Continuous
I am bulletining
you are bulletining
he/she/it is bulletining
we are bulletining
you are bulletining
they are bulletining
Present Perfect
I have bulletined
you have bulletined
he/she/it has bulletined
we have bulletined
you have bulletined
they have bulletined
Past Continuous
I was bulletining
you were bulletining
he/she/it was bulletining
we were bulletining
you were bulletining
they were bulletining
Past Perfect
I had bulletined
you had bulletined
he/she/it had bulletined
we had bulletined
you had bulletined
they had bulletined
Future
I will bulletin
you will bulletin
he/she/it will bulletin
we will bulletin
you will bulletin
they will bulletin
Future Perfect
I will have bulletined
you will have bulletined
he/she/it will have bulletined
we will have bulletined
you will have bulletined
they will have bulletined
Future Continuous
I will be bulletining
you will be bulletining
he/she/it will be bulletining
we will be bulletining
you will be bulletining
they will be bulletining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bulletining
you have been bulletining
he/she/it has been bulletining
we have been bulletining
you have been bulletining
they have been bulletining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bulletining
you will have been bulletining
he/she/it will have been bulletining
we will have been bulletining
you will have been bulletining
they will have been bulletining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bulletining
you had been bulletining
he/she/it had been bulletining
we had been bulletining
you had been bulletining
they had been bulletining
Conditional
I would bulletin
you would bulletin
he/she/it would bulletin
we would bulletin
you would bulletin
they would bulletin
Past Conditional
I would have bulletined
you would have bulletined
he/she/it would have bulletined
we would have bulletined
you would have bulletined
they would have bulletined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bulletin - a brief report (especially an official statement issued for immediate publication or broadcast)bulletin - a brief report (especially an official statement issued for immediate publication or broadcast)
news report, write up, account, report, story - a short account of the news; "the report of his speech"; "the story was on the 11 o'clock news"; "the account of his speech that was given on the evening news made the governor furious"
news bulletin, newsbreak, newsflash, flash - a short news announcement concerning some on-going news story
information bulletin - a bulletin containing the latest information
Verb1.bulletin - make public by bulletin
publicize, bare, publicise, air - make public; "She aired her opinions on welfare"

bulletin

Translations
تَقْرير أخْبار رَسْمينَشْرَةٌ إخْبارِيبَّه
věštníkzpráva
bulletinnyhedsbrev
hírközleményhivatalos jelentés
fréttabréftilkynning
biuletenis
biļetensziņojums
úradná správavestník

bulletin

[ˈbʊlɪtɪn]
A. N (= statement) → comunicado m, parte m; (= journal) → boletín m
B. CPD bulletin board N (US) → tablón m de anuncios (Comput) → tablero m de noticias

bulletin

[ˈbʊlɪtɪn] n [news] → bulletin m, communiqué mbulletin board n (on wall)tableau m d'affichage; (on computer) (COMPUTING)messagerie f électroniquebullet point n
(= important point) → point m important
(= symbol) → puce f

bulletin

n
Bulletin nt, → amtliche Bekanntmachung; health bulletinKrankenbericht m, → Bulletin nt; a bulletin to the mediaein Pressekommuniqué nt, → ein Pressekommunikee nt
(of club, society)Bulletin nt

bulletin

[ˈbʊlɪtɪn] n (statement) → comunicato (ufficiale); (journal) → bollettino

bulletin

(ˈbulətin) noun
1. an official (verbal) report of news. a bulletin about the Queen's illness.
2. a printed information-sheet. a monthly bulletin of local news.

bulletin

n. boletín, aviso.
References in classic literature ?
A humorous reply appeared in the February number of the Bulletins de la Societe Geographique of Geneva, which very wittily showed up the Royal Society of London and their phenomenal sturgeon.
Julius, remaining at his father's house, sent brief written bulletins of Lord Holchester's health to his brother at the hotel.
Bulletins would be read, and the people would shout themselves hoarse -- and then some one would make a speech, and there would be more shouting; and then a brief silence, and more bulletins.
I have hundreds of volumes on farming, and all the Agricultural Bulletins.
Beldingsville, of course, kept itself informed concerning Pollyanna; and of Beldingsville, one man in particular fumed and fretted himself into a fever of anxiety over the daily bulletins which he managed in some way to procure from the bed of suffering.
Then the bulletins came with a rush, bulletins that made the lieutenant wild with excitement.
Monsieur Le Quoi, who has been introduced to our readers because no picture of that country would be faithful without some such character, found the island of Martinique, and his “sucreboosh,” in possession of the English but Marmaduke and his family were much gratified in soon hearing that he had returned to his bureau, in Paris; where he afterward issued yearly bulletins of his happiness, and of his gratitude to his friends in America.
Having dispatched but three electric missives, he received no less than eight gratulatory bulletins in return.
of the last bulletins concerning the King, and of the Duke of Clarence, who was a sailor every inch of him, and just the man to rule over an island like Britain.
Jos's Isidor went from his lodgings into the town, and to the gates of the hotels and lodging- houses round about the Parc, where the English were congregated, and there mingled with other valets, couriers, and lackeys, gathered such news as was abroad, and brought back bulletins for his master's information.
Mrs Keith had assured him that there was nothing wrong with Elsa, that she was only tired, but he was anxious, and had remained at home, where bulletins could reach him.
At last a long article appeared, on the 7th of October, in the bulletin of the Royal Geographical Society, which treated the question from every point of view, and demonstrated the utter folly of the enterprise.