American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A brief report, especially an official statement on a matter of public interest issued for immediate publication or broadcast.
- n. A brief update or summary of current news, as on television or radio or in a newspaper.
- n. A periodical, especially one published by an organization or society.
- n. A printed program, especially one listing the order of worship for a religious service: a church bulletin.
- v. To announce or make known by bulletin.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An authenticated official report concerning some public event, such as military operations, the health of a sovereign or other distinguished personage, etc., issued for the information of the public.
- n. Any notice or public announcement, especially of news recently received.
- n. A name given to various periodical publications recording the proceedings of learned societies.
- To make known by a bulletin publicly posted.
- n. The bulletin published by the chief signal officer of the United States army from 1875 to 1889, containing the daily reports and charts and monthly and annual summaries of the international simultaneous meteorological observations for the whole northern hemisphere.
- n. A short report, especially one released through official channels to be broadcast or publicized
- n. A short news report
- n. A short printed publication, especially one produced by an organization
- v. To announce something by means of such a report or publication
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A brief statement of facts respecting some passing event, as military operations or the health of some distinguished personage, issued by authority for the information of the public.
- n. Any public notice or announcement, especially of news recently received.
- n. A periodical publication, especially one containing the proceeding of a society.
- v. make public by bulletin
- n. a brief report (especially an official statement issued for immediate publication or broadcast)
- From French bulletin. (Wiktionary)
- French, probably from Italian bullettino, diminutive of bolletta, bill, diminutive of bolla, bubble, bull, from Medieval Latin bulla; see bull2. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“So I was rather looking forward to a bulletin from the frontline in Sofia, Deyan Enev's collection of short stories Circus Bulgaria.”
“The injury bulletin is not perfect now but it could be worse.”
“Ten years ago, the trend among wine writers was to talk at consumers; today, as more confident and knowledgeable consumers have blogs (as do most newspapers and magazines), the discussion is much more lateral in bulletin boards and elsewhere.”
“A medical bulletin from the presidential palace said Morales received a laceration on the inside of the right leg and that a doctor recommended three to four days 'rest.”
“Here is a bulletin from the front lines of everyday email users: I recently stopped paying Yahoo $20/year for supposedly increased storage, and supposedly increased Spam email protection.”
“In another, related article they interview the creator of Finger, who says the ideas of blogging originated in bulletin boards.”
“We're going to check in next with Chad Myers, who's just getting in a new bulletin from the National Hurricane Center.”
“We're expecting a new bulletin from the National Hurricane Center shortly.”
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