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noun [C]
 
 
/æd/ MARKETING
an advertisement: an ad for sth He appeared in an ad for fizzy drinks.take out/place an ad They took out a full-page ad in the newspaper. The company has been running ads on Spanish-language TV network Telemundo. newspaper/television/internet ads →  See also banner ad , button ad , classified ad , display ad , small ad , teaser ad , want ad
Translations of “ad”
in Arabic إعلان…
in Korean “advertisement”의 축약형…
in Malaysian iklan…
in Turkish ilan…
in Italian pubblicità, annuncio pubblicitario, inserzione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一則廣告…
in Russian реклама…
in Polish reklama, ogłoszenie…
in Vietnamese quảng cáo…
in Portuguese anúncio…
in Thai โฆษณา…
in Catalan forma abreujada de “advertisement”: anunci…
in Japanese “advertisement”の略:広告、宣伝…
in Indonesian iklan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一则广告…
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