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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Advertising & marketing
advertad‧vert1 /ˈædvɜːt $ -ɜːrt/ ●●○ S3 noun [countable]  
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advertLook through the classified adverts and nearly every classic car you see has been totally restored.Corporate adverts, of course, present no such dangers.They will kill traditional brand imagery as used in adverts by doing the buying and selling.He did not even think of checking the job adverts, as he believed that his contacts would help him more.Many adverts are specifically aimed at women, supposedly because they do most of the shopping.We are now in a position to ask whether one type of advert typically uses one type of metaphor.There was one advert for Boots No. 7 make-up and I thought it was great.And a dream come true ... The advert for grandparents that came up trumps.
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advertThis statement represents the old doctrine in regard to obtaining property by false pretences, to which I shall advert presently.
From Longman Business Dictionary
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