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Talking or writing about advertising:advertisement an announcement informing people about a product, service, or event, for example in a newspaper, or on the television, radio, or the Internet advert British (informal) an advertisement: I saw their advert in the paper. ad (informal) an advertisement: Try placing an ad in the local paper. commercial an advertisement on the television or radio billboard a large outdoor sign used for advertising, usually placed in a busy area poster a large piece of paper, usually with a picture on it, used for advertising: Campaign posters appeared everywhere in the weeks before the election. flyer a piece of paper advertising a product, service, or event, that is given to people on the street or delivered to their homes slogan a short clever sentence or saying used in an advertisement for a particular product campaign a planned series of posters, advertisements, and events used for advertising something: a big, government-sponsored campaign to promote tourism in the region the classified ads small advertisements in a newspaper or magazine, often placed by private individuals rather than by companies: Try looking in the classified ads for cheap secondhand furniture. the small ads British a more informal word for "the classified ads" the personal ads a section in a newspaper or magazine where people advertise when they want to meet someone to have a relationship witha) the business of making advertisements
He works in advertising.
an advertising agencyb) advertisements in general
We spend $5 million a year on advertising.
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