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advertisement in Advertising & marketing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadvertisementad‧ver‧tise‧ment /ədˈvɜːtəsmənt $ ˌædvərˈtaɪz-/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  COLLOCATIONSADJECTIVES/NOUN + advertisementa car/holiday/shampoo etc advertisementa glossy magazine full of car advertisementsa job advertisementJo was reading the job advertisements in the newspaper.a newspaper/magazine advertisementI got the apartment through a newspaper advertisement.a television/TV/Internet advertisementthe new TV advertisement for the Volkswagen Golfa full-page advertisementThe organization took out a full-page advertisement in the New York Times.a pop-up advertisement (=one that suddenly appears on your computer screen when you are looking at a website)You can buy software that blocks unwanted pop-up advertisements.verbsput/place an advertisement in a paper/newspaperI tried putting an advertisement for lodgers in the local paper.post an advertisement (=put it on a website)The agency has posted an advertisement on its website for graduates to work overseas.take out an advertisement (=arrange for an advertisement to be in a newspaper or magazine)Their record company took out full-page advertisements in the music press to promote the album.run/carry an advertisement (=print or broadcast an advertisement)Broadcasters are no longer allowed to run cigarette advertisements.answer an advertisementI answered an advertisement in the paper for volunteers.
Examples from the Corpus
advertisementMost car advertisements are aimed at men.For the last year, her face has appeared in CitriMax advertisements.Hershiser and Brown will be paid for appearing in the milk advertisements.There were no advertisements for staff.At this time of year, the papers are full of advertisements for skiing holidays.She loved the advertisements especially, so gorgeously puzzling.In response to the story-boards, it became clear that attitudes towards the advertisements were mixed.advertisement foran advertisement for laundry detergent