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There was a press release announcing the Senator’s resignation.
Exxon has announced a 26% increase in profits.
I am pleased to announce that the Board has agreed to create 500 new jobs in our sales division.
‘Well, I must be off,’ she announced.
Bill suddenly announced he was taking the day off.
When your flight is announced, make your way to the departure lounge.
They’ve just announced that our train will be delayed.
This is the British English definition of announce. View American English definition of announce.
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