Definition of publishing
: the business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature, information, musical scores or sometimes recordings, or art newspaper publishing software publishing
Examples of publishing in a Sentence
He was hoping to get a job in publishing after college.
Her sister works for a well-known publishing company.
Recent Examples of publishing from the Web
DAVID LIN Representative Taipei Representative Office in the UK London Dream titles The Books and arts section in the July 1st edition drew my attention to a puzzling trend in book publishing: the lengthening of book titles.
Don’t confuse the vagaries of publishing with the Work.
For example, the median funding level of PIs publishing in the biomedical publishing world’s big three—Nature, Science, and Cell—was in the 80th percentile, with many clustering around the top 90th funding percentile.
The book is expected to go to auction this coming week, and all the major publishing houses have expressed keen interest …
The book is expected to go to auction this coming week, and all the major publishing houses have expressed keen interest, Mr. Latimer said.
Olejniczak, who has since conceded that the village's experiment in publishing was a failure, attended Tuesday's meeting with a knife and fork.
After news of Yiannopoulos’s book deal broke in December, the publishing house faced massive criticism for giving him a platform, which included author Roxane Gay pulling her upcoming book in protest.
Police searched the publishing house of the Yediot Ahronot newspaper, but not the paper itself, over the incident.
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First Known Use of publishing
PUBLISHING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of publishing for English Language Learners
: the business of producing books, magazines, etc., to sell to the public
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