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"brochure" in British English

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brochurenoun [C]

uk   /ˈbrəʊ.ʃər/  us   /broʊˈʃʊr/
B1 a ​type of ​smallmagazine that ​containspictures and ​information on a ​product or a ​company
(Definition of brochure from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"brochure" in American English

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brochurenoun [C]

 us   /broʊˈʃʊər/
a ​type of ​smallmagazine that ​containspictures and ​information on a ​product or a ​company: travel brochures
(Definition of brochure from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"brochure" in Business English

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brochurenoun [C]

uk   /ˈbrəʊʃər/  us   /brəʊˈʃʊr/
MARKETING a ​type of ​smallmagazine that contains pictures and ​information on a ​product, ​company, etc.: Enclosed is a brochure that ​highlights the ​benefits that you can receive as a ​corporatedonor. a product brochureproduce a brochure (on sth) They ​produced a brochure on ​healthy eating that was to be ​distributed in ​supermarkets.
(Definition of brochure from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “brochure”
in Korean 브로셔, 안내 책자…
in Arabic نَشرة…
in Malaysian risalah…
in French brochure…
in Russian брошюра…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小冊子, 資料(或廣告)手冊…
in Italian opuscolo…
in Turkish broşür, el ilanı…
in Polish broszura…
in Spanish folleto…
in Vietnamese sách nhỏ thông tin quảng cáo về cái gì…
in Portuguese livreto, brochura…
in Thai แผ่นพับโฆษณา…
in German die Broschüre…
in Catalan fullet…
in Japanese パンフレット, 冊子…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小册子, 资料(或广告)手册…
in Indonesian brosur…
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