Definition of 'advert'
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It was hardly a good advert. The Sun (2017)Think about that,' a voiceover says in the advert. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His adverts could turn products into instant bestsellers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Who could think this could be a good advert. The Sun (2016)The funnyman lends his voice to a series of adverts due to run for three weeks. The Sun (2009)This is not a great advert for the hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)To see the advert go online. The Sun (2009)For now that is to sell adverts back to you. The Sun (2014)They have up to one million live job adverts listed. The Sun (2016)We found an ideal website and spent ages putting an advert together. The Sun (2007)Or say what they think of a new advert? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The charity will also get free adverts in match programmes and on big screens at the grounds. The Sun (2009) Good adverts or teachers can exert as much power as a drug. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But then they also run adverts like this. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The whole afternoon was a great advert for the league. The Sun (2014)They are not the ones who would necessarily be able to see an advert for a job. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But he is still nervous about the possible reception which awaits the new advert. The Sun (2007)But he also sneered at him and those cookery programmes and dog adverts he did. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We have all seen the advert. The Sun (2014)It is also a persuasive advert for the product, unlike most other toy movies. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Car adverts were different back then, at least technically. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He says the adverts would be worth little if they didn't sell a reality. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Staff say that visitors to the animals' enclosure have increased after insurance company adverts that feature a fully clothed talking meerkat. Times, Sunday Times (2011)IF a company wants forward-thinking adverts, it seems looking back produces the best results. The Sun (2010)I CANNOT see that celebs in adverts sell products. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'advert'
British English: advert /ˈædvɜːt/ NOUN
An advert is an announcement in a newspaper, on television, or on a poster about something such as a product, event, or job.
I saw an advert for a job with a large engineering company.
- American English: ad
- Arabic: إعلان
- Brazilian Portuguese: anúncio
- Chinese: 广告
- Croatian: oglas
- Czech: inzerát
- Danish: annonce
- Dutch: advertentie
- European Spanish: anuncio comercial
- Finnish: mainos
- French: publicité réclame
- German: Inserat
- Greek: διαφημιστικό
- Italian: annuncio
- Japanese: 広告
- Korean: 광고
- Norwegian: annonse
- Polish: ogłoszenie reklama
- European Portuguese: anúncio
- Romanian: anunț
- Russian: реклама
- Spanish: anuncio
- Swedish: reklamannons
- Thai: โฆษณา
- Turkish: ilan
- Ukrainian: оголошення
- Vietnamese: quảng cáo
Definition of advert from the Collins English Dictionary
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