German translation of 'advertising'
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Example Sentences Including 'advertising'
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Advertising agency services are an industrial supply.Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)
Advertising executives in particular are inclined to slight public relations.THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING (2002)
Advertising account executives must be green with envy; fundraisers must be tearing their hair.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Advertising executives were flocking to athletes and agencies were following the Woods paradigm to the tee.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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'advertising' in Other Languages
British English: advertising /ˈædvəˌtaɪzɪŋ/ NOUN
Advertising is the business activity of encouraging people to buy products, go to events, or apply for jobs.
...a ban on tobacco advertising.
- American English: advertising
- Arabic: إِعْلان
- Brazilian Portuguese: publicidade
- Chinese: 广告
- Croatian: oglašavanje
- Czech: inzerce
- Danish: reklame
- Dutch: reclame
- European Spanish: publicidad comercialización
- Finnish: mainonta
- French: publicité métier
- German: Werbung
- Greek: διαφήμιση επάγγελμα
- Italian: promozione
- Japanese: 広告すること
- Korean: 광고
- Norwegian: reklame
- Polish: reklama
- European Portuguese: publicidade
- Romanian: publicitate
- Russian: рекламная деятельность
- Spanish: publicidad
- Swedish: reklam
- Thai: ธุรกิจโฆษณา
- Turkish: reklam yapma
- Ukrainian: реклама
- Vietnamese: việc quảng cáo
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