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roadshow

noun [C] uk   /ˈrəʊd.ʃəʊ/ us    /ˈroʊd.ʃoʊ/
a series of shows or events that take place in different places around the country, for entertainment or in order to give the public information about a company, product, etc.: The roadshow is coming to town. To raise new capital in the US, the company organized an investor roadshow for three days in Boston and New York.
Translations of “roadshow”
in Chinese (Traditional) 巡迴演出團體, 巡迴演出…
in Russian репортаж с места событий…
in Turkish sokaktan yapılan naklen yayın…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巡回演出团体, 巡回演出…
in Polish relacja z terenu…
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