副词:propagandistically 形容词:propagandistic 名词:propagandism
(a) publicity that is intended to spread ideas or information which will persuade or convince people （观念的）宣传; （信息的）传播
*There has been so much propaganda against smoking that many people have given it up. 反对吸烟的宣传很多, 许多人因而戒了烟.
(b) (derog 贬) ideas or statements that are intended as publicity for a particular (political) cause but are (often) presented as being unbiased 为某（政治）利益服务却（常作）貌似不含偏见的宣传
*The play is sheer political propaganda. 那出戏剧纯属政治宣传.
* The people want information from the government, not propaganda. 人民要政府讲实话, 而不是玩弄宣传伎俩.
* [attrib 作定语] propaganda films, plays, posters, etc 宣传的影片、戏剧、海报等.
[Date: 1700-1800; Language: Modern Latin;Origin: Congregatio de propaganda fide 'Congregation for propagating the faith', Roman Catholic organization set up in 1622]
information which is false or which emphasizes just one part of a situation, used by a government or political group to make people agree with them
the spreading of political propaganda
Nazi/Communist etc propaganda
(=something done to show one political opinion)
They have mounted a propaganda campaign against Western governments.
the government propaganda machine (=people who produce propaganda)
>propagandizealso-iseBrEv [I and T]
1. There has been a lot of anti-war propaganda. 一直有许多反战宣传。
2. He was afraid he might not be able to finish it, and he gladly received young people, "for," he used to say, "I must train up men who will continue the Communist propaganda after I am gone." 他担心自己完不成这部作品，他很高兴接待年轻人，“因为，”他那时常常说：“我必须培养出能够在我去世后继续从事共产主义宣传的人。”
3. Deliberately broadcasting enemy propaganda to our troops is treason. 故意向我军广播敌人的宣传是叛国行为。
4. Deliberately broadcasting enemy propaganda to our troops is treason. 故意向我军广播敌人的宣传是叛国行为。