circulate


circulate
I verb acquire currency, announce, bandy, be public, be published, become public, bring before the public, bring out, broadcast, bruit abroad, change hands, change places, circuit, circularize, circumagere, come out, communicate, convey, diffuse, dispergere, disperse, disseminate, distribute, divulgare, divulgate, divulge, flow, get abroad, give currency to, give forth, give out, give to the world, go forth, have currency, issue, lay before the public, make known, make public, make the round of, noise abroad, pass, pass current, pass from one to another, pass round, print, proclaim, promulgate, propagate, publish, put about, put forward, put into circulation, radiate, reissue, repeat, reveal, rumor, rumor about, send forth, speak of, spread, spread a report, spread abroad, talk of, transmit, trumpet, ventilate, voice II index diffuse, disburse (distribute), disclose, disperse (disseminate), disseminate, herald, issue (publish), post, proclaim, promulgate, propagate (spread), publish, reveal, send, spread, utter

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  • Circulate — Cir cu*late, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Circulated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Circulating}.] [L. circulatus, p. p. of circulare, v. t., to surround, make round, circulari, v. i., to gather into a circle. See {Circle}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To move in a circle or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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