How to Pronounce tout?

Correct pronunciation for the word "tout" is [tˈa͡ʊt], [tˈa‍ʊt], [t_ˈaʊ_t].

"Tout" in context

Tout is a French noun meaning 'everything', or 'everyone' when used as a pronoun. It originated from the Late Latin word 'totus', and was first introduced to the English language in the mid 16th Century. The verb form of the word 'tout' means 'to showcase, or advertise something'. This could be an event, a sale, a product, and so on.

Touts, in modern usage, can refer to retailers and service providers who 'oversell', or who try to influence customers to buy more than they need.

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