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promulgate (verb), promulgates; promulgated; promulgating
1. To proclaim or to make something known with a public statement or declaration: The senate leader promulgated a bill that would lower taxes for all citizens.
2. Etymology: from Latin promulgatus, which is derived from pro-, "forward" + -mulgare, which could be related to the verb mulgere, "to milk" or "to extract".

Promulgate especially implies the declaring of a dogma, a doctrine, or a law.

Make a public declaration or statement.
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To make something known officially by making public statements, proclaiming with publications, or other forms of announcements. (1)