Noun(1) a public promotion of some product or service
Verb(1) give heed (to(2) make a more or less disguised reference to(3) make reference to
(1) to place an advert in the paper(2) Cash raised will be used to plant and maintain the area where the advert is displayed.(3) I was looking for the advertising costs so I can put in an advert for my new venture!(4) he had failed to advert to the consequences that his conduct was having(5) I put out an advert for an assistant(6) The leaflets back a cinema advert being aired locally with the same message.(7) a television advert(8) an advert for cheap flights(9) he replied to a job advert(10) Now, your Honours, in relation to the fourth of those propositions - the first one I have adverted to already.(11) Advertisers place their adverts where they think they can reach their audience.(12) People might take more notice of car insurance adverts that they have time to read.(13) The cinema was half full and the adverts went on for over half an hour├ö├ç┬¬ ridiculous.(14) Now, that is a matter which was adverted to in this Court in a case referred to on page 72 of the application book.(15) Amid all the gloom and doom in the advertising industry giant adverts seem to be bucking the trend.(16) They have taken out expensive adverts in the trade press, complete with favourable reviews.
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Different Formsadvert, adverted, adverting, adverts
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