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mailshotnoun [C]

uk   /ˈmeɪl.ʃɒt/  us   /-ʃɑːt/ mainly UK (US usually mass mailing)
the ​posting of ​advertising or ​similarmaterial to a lot of ​people at one ​time
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mailshotnoun [C]

(also mail shot) uk   us   /ˈmeɪlʃɒt/ UK MARKETING
an ​act of ​sendingletters, ​packages, or ​electronicmessages to a lot of ​people at one ​time: Maybe a mailshot should be ​sent to all ​customers to ​notify them of the ​productchanges.
a ​paperadvertisementsent to homes or ​businesses: I often get mailshots from ​insurancecompanies about ​savingsschemes.
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(Definition of mailshot from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mailshot”
in Chinese (Simplified) (广告或类似材料的)批量邮寄,群发…
in Chinese (Traditional) (廣告或類似物品的)大批郵寄,群發…
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