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Noun
/ˈpəbliSHiNG/,
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The occupation, business, or activity of preparing and issuing books, journals, and other material for sale,
  1. The occupation, business, or activity of preparing and issuing books, journals, and other material for sale
    • - she worked in publishing

  1. publication: the business of issuing printed matter for sale or distribution
  2. (publish) print: put into print; "The newspaper published the news of the royal couple's divorce"; "These news should not be printed"
  3. (publish) have (one's written work) issued for publication; "How many books did Georges Simenon write?"; "She published 25 books during her long career"
  4. (published) prepared and printed for distribution and sale; "the complete published works Dickens"
  5. (published) promulgated: formally made public; "published accounts"
  6. (publisher) a firm in the publishing business
  7. Publishing is the process of production and dissemination of literature or information - the activity of making information available for public view. ...
  8. The industry of publishing, including the production and distribution of books, magazines, web sites, newspapers, etc
  9. (Publish(ed)) State of various parts of a Joomla! installation, indicating whether that particular piece is visible on the web site or operational (very much like an on-off switch). For example, installed elements will not be displayed on your web site if they are Unpublished. ...
  10. (Publish) make the website live on the World Wide Web
  11. (publish) The process of launching the web page into the public for use.
  12. (Publish) To make a Web page and make it available on the on the Internet.
  13. (Publish) To produce and sell or otherwise make available printed communication to the public.
  14. (Publish) In C3-Grid, publishing of intermediary results
  15. (Publish) Make a presentation available to view outside of the SlideRocket Editor. From here a user can apply restrictions such as Password, Printing and Sharing. Once a presentation is published the statistics can be logged.
  16. (Publish) Making your post “live” by publishing it onto the World Wide Web. Before you publish your post, no one but you can see it. After you publish, anyone with access to the Internet can read your post.
  17. (Publish) Many objects can be published (written to regular disk files) for better web serving performance. This effectively makes the content static, but also much faster. ...
  18. (Publish) Tell other people of your ideas and results, and encourage them to verify the claims themselves, in particular by inviting them to challenge your reasoning and check that your experimental results can be repeated. This process is known as peer review.
  19. (Publish) The act of sending a product to Peer Preview when it is ready for public consumption.
  20. (Publish) The process of sharing a Portfolio available with one or more audiences.
  21. (Publish) To quickly share news about a new audio, enhanced or video podcast, information is included within an RSS feed and published to the internet. People are then able to subscribe to the RSS feed. ...
  22. (Publish) To refer to a work in a catalogue, a scholarly or popular publication. Museums and collections usually keep a citation file on each of their objects. ...
  23. (Publish) Used always in connection with the folder Publish.
  24. (Publish) v.(1) To officially release to the public a document on the W3C Web Site "Technical Recommendations" area. (2) To make any informal release of a document on the W3C Web Site.
  25. (publish) (v) basmalarģa, çıģarırģa