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banner adnoun [C]

uk   us   also banner, banner advertisement MARKETING, INTERNET
an advertisement that appears across the top of a page on the internet: The ISP guarantees advertisers that a banner ad will appear a certain number of times during a contract period.
banner advertiser
noun [C]
If a banner advertiser misses display time because of a service disruption, sites usually make good during the remaining contract term.
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