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US /ədˈvɜːtɪsmənt/ US  /ˌædvərˈtaɪzmənt/ noun [C] (also commercial, UK also advert, INFORMAL ad)
MARKETING a picture, sign, etc. that is used to make a product or service known and persuade people to buy it: an advertisement for sth »

Her first modelling job was in an advertisement for baked beans.

place/put an advertisement somewhere »

They have started to place advertisements in popular magazines.

run an advertisement »

Like other blogs, his sites run advertisements for debt-reduction services.

an advertisement features/shows sth »

The advertisement features a father reading a bedtime story to his young daughter.

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a television/newspaper/internet, etc. advertisement

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A full-page advertisement costs £600 in her publication.

(also job advertisement) WORKPLACE, HR a short piece of writing, for example in a newspaper or on the internet, that advertises a job with a particular company or organization: an advertisement for sth »

He spotted a job advertisement for a reporter on a current affairs TV program.

place/run an advertisement »

The second option was to place an advertisement of the vacancy.

reply to/respond to/answer an advertisement »

When you answer an advertisement, look for words that ask directly about your skills and experience.

Compare CLASSIFIED AD(Cf. classified ad)
See also BANNER AD(Cf. ↑banner ad), BUTTON AD(Cf. ↑button ad), CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT(Cf. ↑classified advertisement), DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENT(Cf. ↑display advertisement)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Advertisement — Ad*ver tise*ment ([a^]d*v[ e]r t[i^]z*ment or [a^]d v[ e]r*t[imac]z ment; 277), n. [F. avertisement, formerly also spelled advertissement, a warning, giving notice, fr. avertir.] 1. The act of informing or notifying; notification. [Archaic] [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • advertisement — index publication (disclosure), publicity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 advertisement …   Law dictionary

  • advertisement — /əd və:tismənt/, it. /ad vɛrtizment/ s. ingl. [da (to ) advertise fare pubblicità ], usato in ital. al masch. (comm.) [messaggio di carattere economico o pubblicitario] ▶◀ annuncio, avviso, inserzione, réclame. ⇑ pubblicità …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • advertisement — (n.) early 15c., written statement calling attention to something, public notice (of anything, but often of a sale); from M.Fr. avertissement, from stem of avertir (see ADVERTISE (Cf. advertise)). Meaning public notice (usually paid), the main… …   Etymology dictionary

  • advertisement — (Brit.) ad·ver·tise·ment || É™d vɜːtɪsmÉ™nt n. act of advertising, promotion, drawing attention to, act of promoting (generally in order to sell goods or services); public announcement or printed notice designed to attract attention; ad;… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • advertisement — /adˈvertizment, adverˈtaizment, ingl. ədˈvYːtɪsmənt, ˌædvəːˈtaɪzmənt/ [da to advertise «fare pubblicità»] s. m. inv. annuncio pubblicitario, inserzione …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • advertisement — publication, announcement, broadcasting, proclamation, promulgation, declaration (see under DECLARE) Analogous words: *publicity, ballyhoo, promotion, propaganda …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • advertisement — is pronounced with the main stress on the second syllable in RP, but often on the third syllable (ad vǝ tiyz mǝnt) in many regional varieties of English …   Modern English usage

  • advertisement — [n] public notice of sale ad, announcement, bill, blurb, broadcast, circular, classified ad, commercial, communication, declaration, display, endorsement, exhibit, exhibition, flyer, literature, notice, notification, placard, plug, poster,… …   New thesaurus

  • advertisement — ► NOUN ▪ a notice or display advertising something …   English terms dictionary

  • advertisement — [ad΄vər tīz′mənt; əd vʉr′tiz mənt, əd vʉr′tismənt] n. 1. the act of advertising 2. a public notice or announcement, usually paid for, as of things for sale, needs, etc …   English World dictionary