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İngilizce - İngilizce
An unseaworthy or slovenly ship
Noisy shouting or uproar
To sensationalise or make grand claims

Industry has picked up, railroads are carrying more freight, farm prices are better, but I am not going to indulge in issuing proclamations of over-enthusiastic assurance. We cannot ballyhoo ourselves back to prosperity.

Sensational or clamorous advertising or publicity
An inshore, surface-dwelling species of needlefish forming sizeable schools
disapproval If you say that something is ballyhooed, you mean that there is a lot of excitement about it and people are claiming that it is very good. You use this word especially when you think the thing is not as exciting or good as people say. The power of red wine to counteract high cholesterol has been ballyhooed in the press. the much-ballyhooed new Star Wars movie. when there is a lot of excitement or anger about something - used to show disapproval = fuss
{i} noisy advertisement; loud noise
disapproval You can use ballyhoo to refer to great excitement or anger about something, especially when you disapprove of it because you think it is unnecessary or exaggerated. They announced, amid much ballyhoo, that they had made a breakthrough. = to-do
{f} advertise in a loud noisy way
blatant or sensational promotion advertize noisily or blatantly
An inshore, surface-dwelling species of needlefish forming sizeable schools. Feeds mainly on sea grasses and small fishes. Mainly used as bait for offshore game fishes such as sailfishes and marlins; utilized as a food fish in the West Indies
advertize noisily or blatantly
blatant or sensational promotion
ballyhoo man
solicitor, canvasser; someone who advertises (especially as with loud calls to potential customers outside of a restaurant or attraction)
Simple past tense and past participle of ballyhoo
Sensationalised; presented with grand claims
past of ballyhoo
present participle of ballyhoo
plural of , ballyhoo
third-person singular of ballyhoo