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"advert" in British English

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advertnoun [C]

uk   /ˈæd.vɜːt/  us   /-vɝːt/ UK
B1 an ​advertisement: an advert for the ​localradiostation

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(Definition of advert from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"advert" in Business English

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advertnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈædvɜːt/ (also commercial) UK COMMERCE, MARKETING
an ​advertisement: Their latest advert ​features world-famous tennis ​player, Roger Federer.appear in an advert Big ​companies often ​pay celebrities to appear in their adverts.see/read/answer an advert You often see adverts for various ​unittrusts and ​funds in ​newspapers.advert for sth All adverts for alcohol are carefully ​regulated. job adverts The ​campaign kicked off with a full-page advert in 'The Wall Street Journal'. a television/​newspaper/radio advert
(Definition of advert from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “advert”
in Korean “advertisement”의 축약형…
in Arabic إعلان…
in Malaysian iklan…
in Russian рекламное объявление…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一則廣告…
in Italian pubblicità, annuncio pubblicitario, inserzione…
in Turkish ilan…
in Polish reklama, ogłoszenie…
in Vietnamese quảng cáo…
in Portuguese anúncio…
in Thai โฆษณา…
in Catalan forma abreujada de “advertisement”: anunci…
in Japanese “advertisement”の略:広告、宣伝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一则广告…
in Indonesian iklan…
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