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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “advertise”

advertise

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ˈæd.və.taɪz/ US  /-vɚ-/
to make something known generally or in public, especially in order to sell it
(尤指為了推銷某物)登廣告,做廣告,宣傳;公佈;徵聘
We advertised our car (= published a description of it together with the price we wanted for it) in the local newspaper.
我們在當地報紙上登了廣告出售我們的轎車。
He advertises his services on the company notice board.
他在公司的佈告版上張貼廣告來宣傳其服務業務。
I'm going to advertise for (= put a notice in the newspaper, local shop, etc., asking for) someone to clean my house.
我打算登廣告僱個人來做家庭清潔。
There's no harm in applying for other jobs, but if I were you, I wouldn't advertise the fact (= make it generally known) at work.
去應徵其他的工作沒有害處。但如果是我的話,我就不會在上班時張揚這件事。
Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
advertiser
 
 
/ˈæd.və.taɪ.zər/ US  /-vɚ.taɪ.zɚ/ noun [C]
Whilst claiming to promote positive images of women, advertisers are in fact doing the very opposite.
儘管廣告商聲稱他們宣揚的是正面的女性形象,可實際上卻是背道而馳。
Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
(Definition of advertise from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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