popularize


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Synonyms for popularize

make something popular

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simplify

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  • simplify
  • make available to all
  • give currency to
  • give mass appeal to

Synonyms for popularize

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

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In an effort to popularize hybrid vehicles in China, TMC and FAW reached an agreement in September 2004 to locally produce the Prius - the first hybrid vehicle to be built in China under China's national hybrid vehicle certification system, which came into effect October 1.
It has even helped popularize a new form of communication, podcasting, which is giving teens a creative way to express themselves.
huffed the man who decades later would popularize the term "irrational exuberance.
How do quacks popularize their theories, and what science is involved in corporate crime?
With over 30 local organizing committees across the country, the goal of the convention is to develop and popularize a political agenda for the hip-hop generation--both in terms of a broad vision and specific policy goals.
Has the Harry Potter hoopla helped popularize witchcraft?
In 1926, manufacturers and retail jewelers launched a major campaign to popularize the custom of male engagement or betrothal rings.
She has helped formulate and popularize "pay as you throw" programs designed to pass on the costs of waste disposal directly to those generating the most waste.
Collins has spent 15 years working in Australian television and radio in an effort to popularize theology.
Over the next 12 years Arthur's enthusiastic dog would set mushing records, help popularize the sport of sled dog racing, and become the progenitor of a new breed of sled dog named after Chinook, finally traveling with Admiral Richard E.
This will popularize the importance of hydrogen metabolism in the environment.