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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpamphletpam‧phlet /ˈpæmflɪt/ ●○○ noun [countable]  TCNa very thin book with paper covers, that gives information about somethingleaflet a political pamphlet
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pamphletWas it to be an official Party document or a pamphlet in the name of Quintin Hogg?Spreading literacy has meant more printed materials of all kinds, whether books, pamphlets or periodicals.The Colonel could tell that the noise was distracting Amanda from her pamphlet, though she gave no outward sign.Within a year half a million pamphlets had been sold.The piles of pamphlets and the hand-outs went in the bin.I sat back against a pine-stem and became lost in the pamphlet.His hand was obvious in the writing of the pamphlet Whose Schools?
From Longman Business Dictionarypamphletpam‧phlet1 /ˈpæmflɪt/ noun [countable] a thin book with paper covers, giving information about somethingThe new service is explained in aglossy pamphlet sent to the bank’s customers.pamphletpamphlet2 verb [transitive]MARKETING to deliver pamphlets in a particular areaEstate agents have been pamphleting Clifton, looking for houses and flats to sell.
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