[puhb-luh-sahyz] /ˈpʌb ləˌsaɪz/

verb (used with object), publicized, publicizing.
to give to; bring to notice; advertise:
They publicized the meeting as best they could.
(transitive) to bring to public notice; advertise

1902; see public (adj.) + -ize. Related: Publicized; publicizing.

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