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leafletnoun [C]

 us   /ˈlif·lɪt/
a piece of paper, or several pieces of paper folded together, that gives information or advertises something: They were handing out leaflets outside the supermarket about the school board election.
(Definition of leaflet from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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leafletnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈliːflət/ MARKETING
a piece of paper, or several pieces of paper folded together, that gives information or advertises something: distribute/hand out leaflets Staff stood outside the supermarket handing out leaflets advertising the promotion. an explanatory/information leaflet

leafletverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˈliːflət/ MARKETING
to distribute leaflets to people, especially in a public place: They leafleted the area two weeks before the event.
(Definition of leaflet from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “leaflet”
in Arabic نَشْرة…
in Korean 전단지…
in Portuguese folheto…
in Catalan fullet, prospecte…
in Japanese リーフレット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 传单,活页, (单页)广告…
in Turkish kitapçık, broşür…
in Russian листовка, брошюра…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傳單,活頁, (單頁)廣告…
in Italian depliant, manifestino, volantino…
in Polish ulotka…
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