promote

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  • She promoted the album on morning news shows and performed some songs live.
  • He was promoted to army captain and to major during this period.
  • A network of world music artists was also created to help promote their work.
  • The goal was to promote year-round trade and a year-round navy.
  • However, the move is not complete until the promoted piece is released on that square.
  • The game was heavily promoted both before and after its release.
  • The pieces on the far side are turned to show their promoted values.
  • She later was promoted to major, a high rank for women.
  • It also helped them promote their wing of the movement, which eventually became a separate organization.
  • The cast went on various talk shows to try to further promote the series after its first season.
  • He refused to promote it despite making a video for it.
  • Women do not receive equal pay for equal work, and are less likely to be promoted.
  • When a number of officers in George's unit are killed, he is promoted.
  • On his return to Japan, he was promoted to major general.
  • The band will promote the album with a final tour.
  • Most army commissioned officers are promoted based on an "up or out" system.
  • He promoted these along with Meet the Residents regularly on his radio program.
  • The media just promoted me as a female body.
  • A number of national professional organizations exist to promote career and business development in architecture.
  • Student groups have also been increasingly active in the past years promoting fair trade products.
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Meaning of promote

  • verb Contribute to the progress or growth of
    I am promoting the use of computers in the classroom
  • verb Give a promotion to or assign to a higher position
    John was kicked upstairs when a replacement was hired, Women tend not to advance in the major law firms, I got promoted after many years of hard work
  • verb Be changed for a superior chess or checker piece
  • verb Change a pawn for a better piece by advancing it to the eighth row, or change a checker piece for a more valuable piece by moving it to the row closest to your opponent