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ad advertisement. [1/2 definitions]
advert (chiefly British; informal) an advertisement. [1/2 definitions]
advertise to try to locate something by placing a notice or advertisement before the public (usu. fol. by for). [1/4 definitions]
advt. abbreviation of "advertisement," a notice or public announcement designed to gain public attention, esp. to promote the sale of certain products.
announcement a spoken commercial advertisement or other message, esp. on radio or television. [1/3 definitions]
bumper sticker a usu. rectangular piece of laminated paper printed with a slogan, aphorism, advertisement, or the like that may be stuck to the bumper of an automobile.
clipped form a shortened form of a word, such as "ad" for "advertisement".
commercial an advertisement broadcast on television or radio. [1/4 definitions]
endorsement a statement given in support of a person or product, as in an advertisement or political campaign. [1/3 definitions]
handbill a printed announcement or advertisement to be distributed by hand.
linage the number of lines of print in an article, advertisement, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
list price the price of merchandise as listed in a catalog, price list, or advertisement.
playbill an advertisement or program for a play or other performance.
preview excerpts from a film or television program, shown as an advertisement. [1/4 definitions]
run to cause (an advertisement or the like) to be printed publicly. [1/35 definitions]
self-advertisement combined form of advertisement.
sign a printed direction, advertisement, warning, or the like, usu. mounted on a surface or on an upright support. [1/11 definitions]
spread an article or advertisement extending over a number of columns or over two facing pages in a newspaper or magazine. [1/18 definitions]
storyboard a large panel or board of drawings presenting a sequence of images as they will appear in a video presentation, film, or advertisement.
tear sheet a page torn from a magazine or the like, often used to prove to an advertiser that an advertisement was indeed published.
want ad a classified advertisement.