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cross-promote

verb [T] uk   /ˌkrɒs.prəˈməʊt/ us    /ˌkrɑːs.prəˈmoʊt/
to use one product to advertise another: The company uses its TV shows to cross-promote its magazines.
cross-promotion
noun [C or U] uk   /ˌkrɒs.prəˈməʊ.ʃən/ us    /ˌkrɑːs.prəˈmoʊ-/
Translations of “cross-promote”
in Chinese (Traditional) 交叉宣傳(用一種產品為另一種產品做廣告)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交叉宣传(用一种产品为另一种产品做广告)…
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