Tout

Pronunciation of Tout  

   

English Meaning

To act as a tout. See 2d Tout.

  1. To solicit customers, votes, or patronage, especially in a brazen way.
  2. To obtain and deal in information on racehorses.
  3. To solicit or importune: street vendors who were touting pedestrians.
  4. Chiefly British To obtain or sell information on (a racehorse or stable) for the guidance of bettors.
  5. To promote or praise energetically; publicize: "For every study touting the benefits of hormone therapy, another warns of the risks” ( Yanick Rice Lamb).
  6. Chiefly British One who obtains information on racehorses and their prospects and sells it to bettors.
  7. One who solicits customers brazenly or persistently: "The administration of the nation's literary affairs falls naturally into the hands of touts and thieves” ( Lewis H. Lapham).
  8. Chiefly Scots and Irish Slang One who informs against others; an informer.

Malayalam Meaning

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× വിനോദസഞ്ചാരി - Vinodhasanchaari | Vinodhasanchari
× ഉപഭോക്താക്കളെ പിടിക്കുക - Upabhokthaakkale Pidikkuka | Upabhokthakkale Pidikkuka
× സദാ പ്രരിപ്പിച്ചു കൊണ്ടിരിക്കുക - Sadhaa Prarippichu Kondirikkuka | Sadha Prarippichu Kondirikkuka
× നിരന്തരം യാചിക്കുക - Nirantharam Yaachikkuka | Nirantharam Yachikkuka
× ദല്ലാൾ - Dhallaal | Dhallal
× ദല്ലാള്‍ - Dhallaal‍ | Dhallal‍
× ഒറ്റുകാരന്‍ - Ottukaaran‍ | Ottukaran‍
× ഉപഭോക്താക്കളെ പിടിക്കുക - Upabhokthaakkale Pidikkuka | Upabhokthakkale Pidikkuka
× സ്വകാര്യമായി നിരീക്ഷിക്കുക - Svakaaryamaayi Nireekshikkuka | swakaryamayi Nireekshikkuka
× കൂട്ടിക്കൊടുപ്പുകാരന്‍ - Koottikkoduppukaaran‍ | Koottikkoduppukaran‍

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

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