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

The meaning of "Tout" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does touted mean?
A: A person can your about themselves, meaning, to brag or boast. Or, you can your about your attractive date, meaning, you are boasting or mentioning the good appearance of the person you are dating. However, a "tout" is a person who tries to sell something by exaggerating all the good qualities of a product.
Q: What does tout mean?
A: Promoted

“It was touted as the biggest film of the year.”
Q: What does tout mean?
A: to show off
to describe or advertise boastfully; publicize or promote; praise extravagantly
Q: What does tout mean?
A: It means to speak positively about something, often in the context of trying to convince someone else. Other people may or may not agree. Some examples:

"He touted his 10 years of experience in the field."

"Everyone I talked to touted the restaurant's hamburgers as the best in the city."

Example sentences using "Tout"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tout.
A: Outside the races a man was touting about.
Before any major sporting event you might find someone touting in front of the stadium.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tout.
A: I once bought tickets to Grease from a ticket tout outside the theatre. The show had already started and he was selling them for half price.

There are some drug pushers touting for business on the corner. Let's go another way.

Synonyms of "Tout" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between tout and extol ?
A: These are different. Tout is promote, and extol is praise.
Q: What is the difference between tout and praise ?
A: To tout is to almost show off in a way, while to praise is to show great acclaim. "The boy touted his new toy to his friends" "The boy's friends praised the Boy's toy."
Q: What is the difference between tout and solicit ?
A: Tout means you have something, and you're trying to sell it by showing it off.

Solicit means you're trying to talk someone into buying something.

They're very similar except in the approach to a person.

Translations of "Tout"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? a tout à l’heure
A: On dirait “see you in a bit” ou “see you later”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tout d’abord
A: First of all
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tout à l'heure
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? à tout à l'heure
A: Non, en fait, ici ça donne "[i'll] see you later"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? J'ai tout de suite craqué
A: "Suddenly, I snapped" or "Suddenly, I cracked". Both are correct and used commonly!

Other questions about "Tout"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce tout.
Q: a tout à l'heure
A: see you later
Q: "touting" does this sound natural?
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