circulate, circularize, circularise, distribute, disseminate, propagate, broadcast, spread, diffuse, disperse, pass around(verb)
cause to become widely known
"spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
To sow and scatter principles, ideas, opinions, and errors for growth and propagation, such as seed
To become scattered.
The values of the American Revolution have disseminated throughout the world.
Origin: An adaptation of , the perfect passive participial stem of dissemino, from dis- + semino, from semen.
to sow broadcast or as seed; to scatter for growth and propagation, like seed; to spread abroad; to diffuse; as, principles, ideas, opinions, and errors are disseminated when they are spread abroad for propagation
to spread or extend by dispersion
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dis-sem′i-nāt, v.t. to sow or scatter abroad: to propagate: to diffuse.—n. Disseminā′tion.—adj. Dissem′inative.—n. Dissem′inator. [L. disseminare, -ātum—dis, asunder, semināre, to sow—semen, seminis, seed.]
The numerical value of disseminate in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of disseminate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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They go on to disseminate this urban style to a much wider audience, and the Superstar becomes this extremely graphic, very visual signifier of urban fashion.
My confidence in our so-called leaders ’ ability to disseminate this vital information has certainly been tarnished, i would have to think twice before acting on any future advisory.
The time has come for us to acknowledge and address our daunting challenges, and return to our relentless adherence to the University of Missouri’s mission to discover, disseminate, preserve and apply knowledge.
New technologies can help groups like ISIL coordinate operations, attract new recruits, disseminate propaganda, and inspire sympathizers across the globe to act in their name, the overall threat of terrorism is greatly amplified by today’s interconnected world, where an incident in one corner of the globe can instantly spark a reaction thousands of miles away; and where a lone extremist can go online and learn how to carry out an attack without ever leaving home.
Here I am, staying in a fancy hotel, going out to dinner with my friends, hanging out, and we're doing our best to disseminate some information, but I'm on one end of the spectrum, and this is all new to me, i've done a lot of environmental work back home related to climate change. I've tried to be as big of a rock in (their) shoe as I can to the oil industry and the nuclear industry. I'm heavy-heavy coming down on extractive industries in the United States and abroad. But the plight of indigenous people -- which is why we're here -- I hadn't thought about this until now. I had no idea who Diana Rios was or who her father was -- and the guy was killed by hit men for illegal logging obligations.
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