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English definition of “blitz”


noun [C, usually singular]     /blɪts/ informal
a short period of time during which a company, government, etc. makes a special effort in a particular area of business or economic activity: The legislation is part of a blitz of new climate change bills. an advertising/marketing/media blitz
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