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advertisement

noun [C]
 
 
/ədˈvɜː.tɪs.mənt/ US  /ˈæd.vɝː.taɪz.mənt/
( informal ad, UK also informal advert) a picture, short film, song, etc. which tries to persuade people to buy a product or service
广告;启事
a television/newspaper advertisement for a new car
为一款新车做的电视/报纸广告
She scanned the job/property advertisements in the paper.
她浏览了一下报纸的招聘/房地产广告。
Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
be an advertisement for sth If you are an advertisement for something, you show its good effects
现身说法宣传…的好处;是…的活广告
I'm afraid I'm not a very good advertisement for the diet since I've actually put on weight!
恐怕我不是这套减肥饮食计划的活广告,因为我的体重实际上是增加了!
Samples and examplesPeople having good qualities
Translations of “advertisement”
in Korean 광고…
in Arabic إعلان…
in Portuguese anúncio…
in Catalan anunci…
in Japanese 広告, 宣伝…
in Italian pubblicità, annuncio pubblicitario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 廣告, 啟事…
in Russian реклама…
in Turkish resim, film, şarkı ve benzeri ilanlar…
in Polish reklama, ogłoszenie…
(Definition of advertisement from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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