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huckster

noun [C]
 
/ˈhʌk.stər/ US  /-stɚ/ US often disapproving
a person who writes advertisements, especially for radio and television, or who sells things or brings ideas or people to the public's attention in a noisy annoying way
(尤指電台或電視台的)廣告撰寫員,廣告人;大聲吆喝推銷的人
Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailing
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