hype

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To promote heavily; to advertise or build up

They started hyping the new magazine months before its release.

Promotion or propaganda; especially, exaggerated claims

After all the hype for the diet plan, only the results ended up slim.

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Intense publicity for a future event, performed in a showy or excessively dramatic manner suggesting an importance not justified by the event; as, the hype surrounding the superbowl is usually ludicrous
{f} excite, stimulate; publicize, create a hoopla; swindle, trick; use exaggerated claims to strengthen an advertising campaign, create publicity stunts
Drug user or syringe and needle
1 A narcotics addict (rare) [short for hypodermic?]
{i} exaggeration, embellishment; marketing message that exaggerates its description of the facts and embellishes the truth; ballyhoo; dishonest scheme
A throw in which the wrestler lifts his opponent from the ground, swings him to one side, knocks up his nearer thigh from the back with the knee, and throws him on his back
Promotion or advertisement; especially, exaggerated claims
a product or a future event] insistently, in a manner exaggerating the importance of; to promote flamboyantly
disapproval To hype a product means to advertise or praise it a lot. We had to hype the film to attract the financiers Hype up means the same as hype. The media seems obsessed with hyping up individuals or groups. attempts to make people think something is good or important by talking about it a lot on television, the radio etc - used to show disapproval (hype (1900-2000), perhaps from hype (1900-2000), from hypodermic; influenced by hyperbole). hype up to try to make people think something is good or important by talking about it a lot on television, the radio etc promote
To stimulate or excite (a person); usually used with up, and often in the passive form; as, she was all hyped up over her upcoming wedding
- Extreme promotion of a person, idea, or product
blatant or sensational promotion
disapproval Hype is the use of a lot of publicity and advertising to make people interested in something such as a product. We are certainly seeing a lot of hype by some companies
hype man
A hip-hop performer responsible for backup rapping and singing and increasing an audience’s excitement with call-and-response chants
hype up
To hype someone up means to deliberately make them very excited about something. Everyone at school used to hype each other up about men all the time. see also hype 2
hype up
get excited or stimulated; "The children were all psyched up after the movie"
hype up
get excited or stimulated; "The children were all psyched up after the movie
media hype
Media circus, media hype, orgy, and feeding frenzy describes a news event where the media coverage is perceived to be out of proportion to the event being covered, such as the number of reporters at the scene, the amount of news media published or broadcast, and the level of media . The term is meant to critique the media by comparing it to a circus and, as such, is an idiom and not an objective observation
hyped
past of hype
hypes
plural of hype
hyping
present participle of hype
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