Definition of 'advertise'
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Under new plans, companies would need to advertise jobs at home before inviting applications from abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She got us to make posters advertising our search and marched us up and down the village streets with our posters and sticky tape. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The worrying thing is that the gap is widening between what is advertised and what people get in reality," he said. Computing (2010)The money went on online and offline advertising used to make businesses and consumers aware of the scheme in Manchester and London. Computing (2010)Britain could fashion internal controls based on compulsory apprenticeship training, or stopping unscrupulous employers hiring workers from abroad without advertising jobs in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Companies of all sizes can advertise jobs with us free and thousands are already on our site. The Sun (2009)Should they be advertising the fact that they are in a position to help within their surgeries? Times, Sunday Times (2015)But advertising how young people can get involved in politics in an engaging way? Times, Sunday Times (2013)All this comes in handy for his job in advertising. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Hotels profiting from internet access are generally reluctant to advertise the fact. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Ministers hope voluntary agreements with industry on promotions and advertising will get people eating and drinking more healthily. The Sun (2011)We could have advertising people come in and take our little old life and put some pictures and stories with it. Christianity Today (2000) Job vacancies are advertised at jobs. The Sun (2009)She gave up a well-paid job in advertising to make the career switch. The Sun (2015)The answer is that sponsorship is in fact high-end advertising and it is very carefully targeted. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The problem is that how we advertise jobs hasn't caught up. The Sun (2016)Now it's all film and advertising and creative people. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Now Creek has dumped the duffel coat and has a regular job at an advertising agency. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If the advertising people could get us more return per dollar, they would see more money. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)He lost his advertising job 18 months ago and neighbours said he feared losing his home and wife. The Sun (2012)A major advertising campaign to make the case. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I doubt you advertise the fact that your daughter still sleeps with you to friends and family. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The job is being advertised, with the intention of getting a replacement by the end of the year. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Experts say both will turn a crisis into a calamity, hurting the very people they are advertised as helping. The Sun (2015)They just put out a single and didn't really advertise the fact that it was out there and available to buy. The Sun (2013)It was chosen in preference to a custom-made camera bag precisely because it does not advertise the fact that the carrier is a photographer. Collins Complete Guide to Photography (1993)So all this advertising on TV makes them fear that they are going to be sued. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some PCTs have these but don't advertise the fact. The Sun (2007)If you have national advertising and local tie-in advertising, make sure the message and presentation are consistent in both. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)
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Translations for 'advertise'
British English: advertise /ˈædvəˌtaɪz/ VERB
If you advertise, or advertise something such as a product, event, or job, you tell people about it in newspapers, on television, or on posters.
Religious groups are not allowed to advertise on television.
- American English: advertise
- Arabic: يُعْلِنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: anunciar
- Chinese: 做广告
- Croatian: oglašavati
- Czech: inzerovat
- Danish: reklamere for
- Dutch: adverteren
- European Spanish: anunciar publicidad
- Finnish: mainostaa
- French: promouvoir
- German: inserieren
- Greek: διαφημίζω
- Italian: pubblicizzare
- Japanese: 広告する
- Korean: 광고하다
- Norwegian: annonsere
- Polish: zareklamować
- European Portuguese: anunciar
- Romanian: a face publicitate
- Russian: рекламировать
- Spanish: anunciar
- Swedish: annonsera
- Thai: ลงโฆษณา
- Turkish: reklam yapmak
- Ukrainian: прорекламувати
- Vietnamese: quảng cáo
Definition of advertise from the Collins English Dictionary
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