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prospectusnoun [C]

uk   /prəˈspek.təs/ us   /prəˈspek.təs/
a document giving details of a college, school, or business and its activities: You will find details of all our courses in the prospectus.
(Definition of prospectus from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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prospectusnoun [C]

us   /prəˈspek·təs/
(Definition of prospectus from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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prospectusnoun [C]

uk   /prəˈspektəs/ us  
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a legal document offering a company's shares for sale, and giving details about the company and its activities: An investor should carefully read the fund's prospectus before buying shares in an exchange.
a small book giving details of a school or college, or of a new business or project: You can read all about the different courses in the university prospectus. a company prospectus
(Definition of prospectus from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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