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Definition of hype noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

hype

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noun
BrE BrE//haɪp//
 
; NAmE NAmE//haɪp//
 
Radio broadcasting
 
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[uncountable] (informal, disapproving) advertisements and discussion on television, radio, etc. telling the public about a product and about how good or important it is marketing/media hype Don't believe all the hype—the book isn't that good. See related entries: Radio broadcasting Word Origin 1920s (originally US in the sense ‘short-change, cheat’, or ‘person who cheats etc.’): of unknown origin.Extra examples The movie failed to live up to all the hype. This new game is getting plenty of hype. the hype surrounding her latest book
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