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Translation of "advertise" - English-Spanish dictionary

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 anunciar 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 buscar (mediante anuncios) My company is advertising for a new receptionist.
(Definition of advertise from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

advertise

verb /ˈӕdvətaiz/
to make (something) known to the public by any of various methods anunciar, hacer publicidad I’ve advertised (my house) in the newspaper I saw that new cat food advertised on TV.
advertisement /ədˈvəːtismənt, (American) ӕdvərˈtaizmənt/ noun
(also ad /ӕd, advert, ˈadvəːt/) a film, newspaper announcement, poster etc making something known, especially in order to persuade people to buy it anuncio He was watching an advertisement for toothpaste on the television She replied to my advertisement for a secretary.
advertiser noun
a person who advertises. anunciante The website needs to attract new advertisers.
advertising noun
the activity of advertising things on television Anunciar Cigarette advertising was banned several years ago.
(Definition of advertise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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