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"banner" in British English

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bannernoun

uk   /ˈbæn.ər/  us   //
[C] a ​longpiece of ​cloth with words written on it, sometimes ​stretched between two ​poles and ​carried by ​people taking ​part in a ​march: The ​demonstratorswalked along the ​street, ​carrying banners and ​shoutingangrily. [C] a banner advertisement [S] an ​idea, ​principle, or ​belief that is ​stronglysupported by someone: They ​won the ​election under the banner oflowertaxes.
(Definition of banner from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"banner" in American English

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bannernoun [C]

 us   /ˈbæn·ər/
a ​strip of ​materialshowing a ​name, such as of a ​sportsteam, or a ​message, which is often put in a ​place where it can be ​seen by many ​people: The ​museum had a ​huge banner over ​itsfrontentranceadvertisingitscurrent show. A banner ​year is an ​unusually good ​year: This is ​clearly not a banner ​year for ​Canadianpoetry.
(Definition of banner from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"banner" in Business English

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bannernoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈbænər/
MARKETING a banner ad
an ​idea or ​principle that is ​stronglysupported by someone: She ​ran for ​office under the banner ofreform and ​change.

banneradjective

uk   us   /ˈbænər/
better than others: This has been a banner ​year for the ​constructionindustry.
(Definition of banner from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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