Definitions for Bulletinˈbʊl ɪ tn, -tɪn
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word Bulletin
a brief report (especially an official statement issued for immediate publication or broadcast)
make public by bulletin
A short report, especially one released through official channels to be broadcast or publicized
A short news report
A short printed publication, especially one produced by an organization
To announce something by means of such a report or publication
Origin: From bulletin.
a brief statement of facts respecting some passing event, as military operations or the health of some distinguished personage, issued by authority for the information of the public
any public notice or announcement, especially of news recently received
a periodical publication, especially one containing the proceeding of a society
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Yesterday the market got somewhat excited by the editorial of the OPEC Bulletin, this was read by some market participants as making a first overture for a change of policy.
Live TV died in the late 1950s, electronic bulletin boards came along in the mid-1980s, meaning there was about a 25-year gap when it was difficult to put your foot in your mouth and have people all across the country know about it.
Three minutes( to midnight) is too close. Far too close, we, the members of the Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, want to be clear about our decision not to move the hands of The Doomsday Clock in 2016 : That decision is not good news, but an expression of dismay that world leaders continue to fail to focus their efforts and the world's attention on reducing the extreme danger posed by nuclear weapons and climate change.
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