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Italian translation of “advertise”

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advertise

verb
 
/ˈæd·və·taɪz/ ( present participle advertising, past tense and past participle advertised)
B1 to tell people about a product or service, on television, on the internet, in newspapers, etc., so that people will buy it
reclamizzare, fare pubblicità, pubblicizzare
Companies are not allowed to advertise cigarettes on television.
B1 to put information in a newspaper, on the internet, etc., asking for someone or something that you need
mettere un’inserzione
My company is advertising for a new receptionist.
(Definition of advertise from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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