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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcopywritercop‧y‧writ‧er /ˈkɒpiˌraɪtə $ ˈkɑːpiˌraɪtər/ noun [countable]  BBABOsomeone who writes the words for advertisements
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copywriterHe would be unlikely to find employment as a copywriter for a modern advertising agency; a lousy salesman, that Silius.He worked for years as a copywriter, and that type of exactitude is evidenced in his work.It was easy for journalists to get jobs as copywriters.Every copywriter was asked to put in a list.At 18 he took a job as a junior copywriter for an advertising agency.People in advertising Most people connected with the business have titles such as marketing manager, copywriter, or research assistant.Take the case of the copywriter charged with advertising men's shirts with three different sleeve lengths.He was engaged as a trainee copywriter, but not for long.
From Longman Business Dictionarycopywritercop‧y‧writ‧er /ˈkɒpiˌraɪtəˈkɑːpiˌraɪtər/ noun [countable] MARKETINGJOBsomeone whose job is to write COPY (=written material) for advertisementsMost brand managers or copywriters in advertising agencies are under the age of 40.
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