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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 unit trusts 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
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