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hype 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/hīp/,
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hypes, plural;
  1. Stimulate or excite (someone)
    • - I was hyped up because I wanted to do well
Noun
  1. A hypodermic needle or injection

  2. A drug addict


  1. ballyhoo: blatant or sensational promotion
  2. publicize in an exaggerated and often misleading manner
  3. Hype! (1996) is a documentary directed by Doug Pray about the popularity of grunge rock in the early to mid-1990s United States. ...
  4. Hype is a 1981 album by singer Robert Calvert, the former frontman of British space-rock band Hawkwind.
  5. A hype cycle is a graphic representation of the maturity, adoption and social application of specific technologies. The term was coined by Gartner.
  6. Hype is a punk band from Oakville, Ontario, Canada. . Their first album was "Life is hard... ...then you die" recorded in April 1985. Their second album "Burned" was released in 1987 on Fringe Records.
  7. Hype is a sketch comedy television series on The WB Television Network. Most of the central jokes making fun of celebrities in the news at the time. The show however didn't garner enough attention and was canceled after one season.
  8. Hype! The Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album of the Seattle music scene documentary Hype!. It was released in 1996 in conjunction with the film. Included are songs from the more memorable bands which appeared or were mentioned in the film.
  9. Promotion or propaganda; especially, exaggerated claims; To promote heavily; to advertise or build up
  10. (hyping) in television, a station’s or network’s attempt to increase audiences and ratings by means of special programming, such as that involving investigative reporting on a major issue, contests, out-of-the-ordinary movies, and the like; especially common during sweeps periods. See sweeps.
  11. build up for a loan, wooing a girl, persuasive talk, cajole.
  12. Marketing messages that overstate the truth (as in "Don't believe the hype!").
  13. noun overwhelming publicity or exgerated claims v. to promote or accent excessively.
  14. Excessive or intensive publicity; exaggerated claims made in advertising.
  15. Slang for political ads. e.g. slick short TV commercials.
  16. To hype; to raise the expectations of something (e.g a not yet released game), or advertise in an excessive manner.
  17. Slang, n.(1)a crackhead or drug addict. Primarily used in the Midwest (especially Chicago), United States but has become understandable in most parts of the country.
  18. to promote; something that is promoted. (this can be a verb or a noun)
  19. Extreme promotion of a person, idea, or product.
  20. manufactured promotional buzz; hyperbole; "The picture did not live up to the hype surrounding its bow."
  21. (adj.) over enthusiastic, unbearably conceited, cocky 2. exciting, marvellous
  22. as a verb, to decieve; as a noun, a form of deception.
  23. is the seventh, most awaited, most feared and most heralded of the Plagues. It's a dead fish, and tends to stink up the place.
  24. Misleading and inaccurate information used to promote a stock.
  25. Shortchange artist (1930s) (e-mail)