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Promotor

prəˈməʊtə

Meanings of Promotor:

noun

A person or company that finances or organizes a sporting event, concert, or theatrical production.

Usage examples:

A boxing promoter

Meanings of Promotrix:

noun

Promotress.

Meanings of Promovent:

noun

The promoter of a suit.

Meanings of Prompt:

verb

(of an event or fact) cause or bring about (an action or feeling).

Usage examples:

The violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country
noun

An act of encouraging a hesitating speaker.

Usage examples:

With barely a prompt, barbara talked on
adjective

Done without delay; immediate.

Usage examples:

She would have died but for the prompt action of two ambulancemen
adverb

Exactly (with reference to a specified time).

Usage examples:

I set off at three-thirty prompt

Meanings of Promptbook:

noun

An annotated copy of a play for the use of a prompter during a performance.

Meanings of Promptbooks:

noun

An annotated copy of a play for the use of a prompter during a performance.

Prompted

prɒmpt

Meanings of Prompted:

verb

(of an event or fact) cause or bring about (an action or feeling).

Usage examples:

The violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country
noun

An act of encouraging a hesitating speaker.

Usage examples:

With barely a prompt, barbara talked on
adjective

Done without delay; immediate.

Usage examples:

She would have died but for the prompt action of two ambulancemen
adverb

Exactly (with reference to a specified time)

Usage examples:

I set off at three-thirty prompt

Prompter

prɒmpt

Meanings of Prompter:

noun

A person seated out of sight of the audience who supplies a forgotten word or line to an actor during the performance of a play.

Usage examples:

This is a live recording, and the prompter, audience, and stage movement all make their presence kn…
adjective

(of an action) done quickly and without delay, or (of a person) acting quickly or arriving at an arranged time

Usage examples:

The agency sent back a prompt reply to my inquiries., she arrived promptly at 9 o’clock., [ + to in…
verb

To do something that causes a reaction or makes someone do or think something

Usage examples:

The accusations of fraud prompted an angry response from the company's ceo., steeply rising food pr…

Prompters

prɒmpt

Meanings of Prompters:

noun

A person seated out of sight of the audience who supplies a forgotten word or line to an actor during the performance of a play.

Usage examples:

This is a live recording, and the prompter, audience, and stage movement all make their presence kn…
adjective

(of an action) done quickly and without delay, or (of a person) acting quickly or arriving at an arranged time

Usage examples:

The agency sent back a prompt reply to my inquiries., she arrived promptly at 9 o’clock., [ + to in…
verb

To do something that causes a reaction or makes someone do or think something

Usage examples:

The accusations of fraud prompted an angry response from the company's ceo., steeply rising food pr…

Promptest

prɒmpt

Meanings of Promptest:

adjective

(of an action) done quickly and without delay, or (of a person) acting quickly or arriving at an arranged time

Usage examples:

The agency sent back a prompt reply to my inquiries., she arrived promptly at 9 o’clock., [ + to in…
verb

To do something that causes a reaction or makes someone do or think something

Usage examples:

The accusations of fraud prompted an angry response from the company's ceo., steeply rising food pr…

Prompting

ˈprɒmp.tɪŋ

Meanings of Prompting:

noun

The action of saying something to persuade, encourage, or remind someone to do or say something.

Usage examples:

After some prompting, the defendant gave the police his name
verb

(of an event or fact) cause or bring about (an action or feeling).

Usage examples:

The violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country

Meanings of Promptings:

noun

The act of trying to make someone say something

Usage examples:

[ + to infinitive ] kids of that age really shouldn't need prompting to say thank you for things., …

Promptitude

ˈprɒm(p)tɪtjuːd

Meanings of Promptitude:

noun

The quality of acting quickly and without delay.

Usage examples:

He arranges everything with extraordinary promptitude and foresight

Meanings of Promptive:

adjective

Tending or calculated to prompt someone or something; likely to give rise to something; conducive.

Meanings of Promptly:

adverb

With little or no delay; immediately.

Usage examples:

He paid the fine promptly

Promptness

ˈprɒmpt.nəs

Meanings of Promptness:

noun

The quality of doing something quickly and without delay, or at the arranged time

Usage examples:

The company should pay suppliers with reasonable promptness.

Meanings of Promptress:

noun

A female prompter.

Meanings of Prompts:

verb

(of an event or fact) cause or bring about (an action or feeling).

Usage examples:

The violence prompted a wave of refugees to flee the country
noun

An act of encouraging a hesitating speaker.

Usage examples:

With barely a prompt, barbara talked on
adjective

Done without delay; immediate.

Usage examples:

She would have died but for the prompt action of two ambulancemen
adverb

Exactly (with reference to a specified time)

Usage examples:

I set off at three-thirty prompt

Promptuary

ˈprɒm(p)tjʊəri

Meanings of Promptuary:

noun

A handbook or notebook containing a summary or compilation of information.

Usage examples:

The genealogy in the promptuary, after all, stretches back to adam.

Proms

prɒm

Meanings of Proms:

noun

A paved public walk, typically one along the seafront at a resort.

Usage examples:

She took a shortcut along the prom

Promulgate

ˈprɒm.əl.ɡeɪt

Meanings of Promulgate:

verb

Promote or make widely known (an idea or cause).

Usage examples:

These objectives have to be promulgated within the organization

Promulgates

ˈprɒm(ə)lɡeɪt

Meanings of Promulgates:

verb

Promote or make widely known (an idea or cause).

Usage examples:

These objectives have to be promulgated within the organization

Promulgating

ˈprɒm.əl.ɡeɪt

Meanings of Promulgating:

verb

Promote or make widely known (an idea or cause).

Usage examples:

These objectives have to be promulgated within the organization

Promulgation

ˌprɒm.əlˈɡeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Promulgation:

noun

The process of spreading beliefs or ideas among a lot of people

Usage examples:

He defended the promulgation of alternative viewpoints., people should have a right to use the publ…

Promulge

prəˈmʌldʒ

Meanings of Promulge:

verb

Archaic variant of promulgate.

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