Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pr"

The meaning of "Pr" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does PR problem mean?
A: PR stands for public relations; in other words, it just means publicity or public attention
Q: What does PR mean?
A: Public Relations. This is when a company has people whose job is to communicate to the news or people about their work.
Q: What does PR person mean?
A: A person that works in public relations
Q: What does PR staffers mean?
A: PR stands for public relations, so this means people who work in public relations, or to try to make the business look good
Q: What does PR image in the 4th line from the bottom mean?
A: don't know about "lines", but PR image means an appearance of a public figure that was made by professionals, so that the person would be liked by other people. This "appearance" may differ from what that public figure is actually like

Synonyms of "Pr" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between PR and advertise ?
A: "PR" stands for Public Relations. This can encompass anything that shapes how the public views your company.
To "advertise" is to pay for messages (usually appearing on radio, television, internet or printed in magazines, billboards, etc.) that promote your company or your company's products.

Translations of "Pr"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? PR動画(企業や自治体が、サービスや取組の認知度の促進や、ブランディングのために活用する動画)
A: PR videos (the videos used by companies and local governments to promote awareness of their services and initiatives, and for branding purposes)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (会社の事業の紹介等を目的とした)PR動画を、いくつかの短い映像を素材として組み合わせて制作する際、その短い映像のこと
A: When producing a PR video (for the purpose of introducing the company's business, etc.) by combining several short videos as materials, the short video
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Tôi muốn trở thành một chuyên viên PR chuyên nghiệp.
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Other questions about "Pr"

Q: what's a PR employee to do? what does he/she actually do?
A: PR mean "Public relations." They speak to the public for their company/government. That includes, press conferences, advertising and so on.
Q: I’m also a PR agent as a freelance. Does this sound natural?
A: 勘違いしまして、すみません。On the side, I’m working also as an independent/freelance PR agent. でいかがでしょうか。
Q: What does "PR onslaught from Trump associates" mean?
Accusations from Trump associates????

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NEWS - @LannyDavis, the Clinton-era White House official, tells me he's been retained by @MichaelCohen212 as he prepares for a potential legal onslaught from prosecutors and a potential PR onslaught from Trump associates.
A: PR means public relations
Q: Since I am a PR specialist (student), I am interested in working with public opinion and transforming it into positive changes or other actions. Sometimes people don't understand the functions and responsibilities of the PR specialist and mistakenly pass it through the prism: "Hah, this is the person who writes something in the group on facebook and communicates with journalists." It's a bit dumb for me. A public relations specialist works with reality, he creates it. This is the person who creates the same "bad" that is called "propaganda" - that generates insults, under the influence of which the opinion about actors, government or country is formed in the broad sense. Therefore, I decided to join the International department of the "Foundation for Regional Initiatives" in order to promote the positive image of the organization beyond the borders of Ukraine and develop international relations. Does this sound natural?
A: The phrase "It's a bit dumb for me" is a little off. If this is for a job I would say "This seems a bit simplistic to me."
Q: We need to consider the PR which will not be end up with only give the informations. Does this sound natural?
A: I think you mean...

We need to consider the PR that doesn't only provide information.

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