Definition of 'promotion'
Example sentences containing 'promotion'
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Was it his first cabinet job, or promotion to home secretary? Times, Sunday Times (2016)A prize or a promotion you have worked so hard for is very close now. The Sun (2017)This is a club that could combine a good FA Cup run with a successful promotion charge. The Sun (2017)Was it his first cabinet job, or promotion to home secretary? Times, Sunday Times (2016)A prize or a promotion you have worked so hard for is very close now. The Sun (2017)This is a club that could combine a good FA Cup run with a successful promotion charge. The Sun (2017)Please do not attempt to redeem this voucher against any other product or promotion. The Sun (2012)Forest will have to improve their away form if they are to mount another promotion attempt. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then she got promotion at work and was too busy to see me as often. The Sun (2014)We really want to finish the job and get promotion. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There are no special offers or promotions. The Sun (2012)Not to be used against any other product or promotion. The Sun (2012)Both sides want to try to force a positive result in an attempt to maintain promotion chances. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My boyfriend got a promotion at work and booked a holiday for us. The Sun (2016)Think of all those ministerial jobs and promotions. The Sun (2013)Others have cut prices or used special promotions. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Do not attempt to redeem voucher against any other product or promotion. The Sun (2011)His wife has thrown him out and he has just been passed over for promotion at work. The Sun (2010)And that job promotion will be in the bag. The Sun (2009)He quit music and works for a promotions company. The Sun (2011)Competition for jobs and promotions was fierce so men had to go that extra mile to get noticed. The Sun (2014)Promotion is more important than pounds. The Sun (2011)Members then receive e-mails and text messages about special promotions and new products. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Certainly, it has turned to promotions in an attempt to jolt itself back to growth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In the third year of the campaign, small stores offered special deals and promotions. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was important to get promotion and I remember very little about the game. Times, Sunday Times (2008)From my point of view, the result was the only thing wrong with a highly successful promotion in one of the best venues in the country. The Sun (2008)They have the performance data that is so important in promotion and pay negotiations and, yes, court cases. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And if you've already landed your dream job, what are you going to wear to that important promotion chat? The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'promotion'
British English: promotion /prəˈməʊʃən/ NOUN
advertisement A promotion is a means of making something happen, increase or become more popular.
...TV commercials and other promotions.
- American English: promotion
- Arabic: تَرْوِيج
- Brazilian Portuguese: promoção
- Chinese: 促进
- Croatian: promocija
- Czech: prosazování
- Danish: forfremmelse
- Dutch: promotie
- European Spanish: promoción
- Finnish: ylennys
- French: promotion
- German: Beförderung
- Greek: προώθηση
- Italian: promozione
- Japanese: 促進
- Korean: 승진
- Norwegian: forfremmelse
- Polish: awans
- European Portuguese: promoção
- Romanian: promovare
- Russian: продвижение
- Spanish: ascenso
- Swedish: kampanj
- Thai: การส่งเสริมสนับสนุน
- Turkish: tanıtım
- Ukrainian: просування
- Vietnamese: sự xúc tiến
British English: promotion NOUN
in job If you are given promotion or a promotion in your job, you are given a more important job or rank in the organization that you work for.
Consider changing jobs or trying for promotion.
Definition of promotion from the Collins English Dictionary
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