tout - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "tout" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

tout / рекламировать, шпионить, зазывать
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Перевод
глагол
рекламировать
advertise, promote, tout, publicize, sell, boost
шпионить
spy, snoop, tout
зазывать
drum up, tout, call
имя существительное
навязывающий свой товар
tout
коммивояжер
traveling salesman, salesman, commercial traveler, tout, traveler, commercial
жучок
tipster, tout, prophet
Определения
имя существительное
a person soliciting custom or business, typically in an aggressive or bold manner.
This is the best term to use for touts - street hawkers who approach you at every tourist stop to ask you to buy things.
a person who offers racing tips for a share of any resulting winnings.
After a two-month trial, a former racetrack tout and his former accountant were found guilty of conspiracy to defraud people who invested in a racing syndicate.
an informer.
I was there when people were re-located out of this country in the name of Ireland as touts or informers.
глагол
attempt to sell (something), typically by pestering people in an aggressive or bold manner.
Jim was touting his wares
offer racing tips for a share of any resulting winnings.
артикль
used before the name of a city to refer to its high society or people of importance.
le tout Washington adored him
Примеры
They started calling me a tout (republican slang for an informer) and saying they were going to shoot me.
They don't tout their wares on the internet or at UK property exhibitions.
Hawkers tout their wares, housewives haggle and workmen of Venice's last working boat yard scrub barnacles from the bottoms of slender craft.
Three months later, he agreed to become a tout in return for the FBI paying his air fares and expenses in Ireland.
Surely, for those who are interested in pornography, the real thing is readily available, and in abundance, along several major streets, where VCD vendors tout their tasteless wares openly for passers-by.
A share in the final winnings made the profit for the tout .
You know, it's easy for people, oh, he's a tout and informer.
Nevertheless, marketers are increasingly eager to tout their wares to Broadway's captive audience.
le tout Washington adored him
‘I went into the castle with Dave Neligan to spot an ex-serviceman who was supposed to be a tout for the British,’ Tim Kennedy recalled.