Definition of 'poster'
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Pictures, posters and awards cover all the walls and a fair bit of the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The posters and pictures too are down. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Who was in the posters on your wall as a youngster? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why not just stick with the poster from the student bedsit? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Previously they had control only over fixed advertisements such as posters. Times, Sunday Times (2008)These guys were all posters on my wall at college. Times, Sunday Times (2015)On the walls are posters of rock bands. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We find ourselves racing around to find poster board for a school project moments before a store closes. Christianity Today (2000)That led to warning posters with pictures of him being handed out to building security offices in the capital. The Sun (2014)Posters with his picture will be put up asking the public to contact police if they spot him lurking. The Sun (2010)Posters and placards spelled out the nation's gratitude. The Sun (2008)So far it has only appeared online, but the group may also put up printed posters. The Sun (2011)We leave with a large poster of the man - a gift from the proprietor. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I found my first students by sticking up posters in the streets of Granada. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Often a campaign will involve a coordination of advertisements, posters, sales promotions and special offers. Business Studies Basic Facts (1990)Examples of 20th-century advertisement posters from the museum's permanent collection. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Write this particular right up, in large poster form, and pin it up in a prominent place. 50 Ways to Become a Self-Confident Woman (1989)
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Translations for 'poster'
British English: poster /ˈpəʊstə/ NOUN
A poster is a large notice, advertisement, or picture that you stick on a wall.
...a poster for the jazz festival.
- American English: poster
- Arabic: إِعْلانٌ مُلْصَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: poster
- Chinese: 海报
- Croatian: poster
- Czech: plakát
- Danish: plakat
- Dutch: poster
- European Spanish: cartel
- Finnish: juliste
- French: poster affiche
- German: Poster
- Greek: πόστερ
- Italian: poster
- Japanese: ポスター
- Korean: 포스터
- Norwegian: plakat
- Polish: plakat
- European Portuguese: poster
- Romanian: afiș
- Russian: плакат
- Spanish: cartel
- Swedish: affisch
- Thai: ป้ายโฆษณา
- Turkish: poster
- Ukrainian: афіша
- Vietnamese: áp phích
Definition of poster from the Collins English Dictionary
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