Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Advertisement"

The meaning of "Advertisement" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I saw one advertisement where the phrase "save the day " was used. then they specified that it was a limited time offer. So what does this phrase mean in this context? because "rescue " just doesn't make any... mean?
A: They mean "save the day (on your calendar.)" or "Reserve the day (so you can come shop.)" They don't want you to make plans on that day.
Q: What does advertisement mean?
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Q: What does advertisement mean?
A: реклама, объявление, анонс, извещение, известие
Q: What does " there are also advertisement for services that provide computer-chosen dates of escorts" mean?
A: @Phuoctri: This means that in addition to whatever advertisements (i.e. commercials, billboards, etc.) already being given, there are also advertisements for services (deeds, an action done for you by another person) that use dates chosen by the computer for escorts (people who go on dates and usually perform sexual deeds for people in need of a date to a party or work dinner). I hope that makes a little sense :)

Example sentences using "Advertisement"

Q: Please show me example sentences with advertisement.
A: thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with using advertisement screens.
A: They launched their new mid-size car using advertisement screens along the highway. John became irritated by the way almost every shop in the mall was using advertisement screens. It might be expensive but have you thought of using advertisement screens in your campaign?

Synonyms of "Advertisement" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between advertisement and commercial ?
A: A commercial is a type of advertisement, but an advertisement is not necessarily a commercial. "Commercial" usually refers to video/audio advertisement.
Q: What is the difference between advertisement and commercial ?
A: Advertisements can be seen on video (such as television, movies, online streaming services), print (such as magazines, newspapers), and anywhere else you can think of. It's a more general term. Commercials are only limited to video and motion picture (such as television, movies, etc.) Example: A: "Why does YouTube have so many ads on their website?" B: "Yeah, the commercials are pretty annoying when you're watching a video." A: "I'm not talking about the commercials. I'm talking about the ads on the website itself."
Q: What is the difference between advertisement and flayer ?
A: I think what you meant is a flyer not flayer. A flyer is a paper advertisement you get given in the street or maybe find in your letterbox. Advertisement is more general, can be on TV, radio, internet banner, flyer etc.
Q: What is the difference between This advertisement is exaggerated too much. and This advertisement is too much exaggerated. ?
A: How I would answer your question is if I was to watch a commercial for hair product (shampoo for example) and they say this hair product will cause your hair to grow back, that would be exaggerated, right?? to a point where that would be "false advertisement", and to answer the next part of your question, if someone were to ask me to buy this hair product because they like the brand or product and strongly believe this shampoo will give you back your hair, this would be called an "exaggerated statement" but this is how I interpret your question in "my way" hope this helps :) and sorry if the paragraph is too long
Q: What is the difference between advertisement and commercial ?
A: An advertisement is an announcement in a public medium with a view to recommend or promote something, whether formal or informal - eg: a job advertisement, happy customers are walking advertisements. Etc A commercial is - 1. concerned with profit over artistic credibility, 2. produced in bulk or 3. Used with the sole view to make profit, eg. in order - 1. The music sounds too commercial 2. Commercial kitchen ingredients 3. Television commercial or commercial radio versus community radio.

Translations of "Advertisement"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? advertisement
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 二時間食べ放題!(advertisement)
A: Eat all you can!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? advertisement
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? an advertisement in newspaper
A: ...urr, a newspaper ad? どうゆい意味ですが?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? advertisement
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Other questions about "Advertisement"

Q: I like this advertisement that is shown on the station's wall recently. A man is just saying "an electronic version of economic newspaper!" This familiar character is a genius strategist from a comic "The Three Kingdoms". It appears to say that you should try to read the economic newspaper on commuting to make a good strategy. does this sound natural?
A: @kunio3992 That's pretty good. I think we would call this a "business newspaper". I like this advertisement on the station wall recently. A man is just saying "an electronic version of a business newspaper!" This familiar character is a genius strategist from "The Three Kingdoms" manga. It appears to suggest you should try to read this business newspaper while commuting to make good strategy.
Q: A: I'm sending this e-mail as I saw the advertisement you put on the noticeboard. B: Sorry, it has been sold few minuts ago. does this sound natural?
A: I would correct to: A: I'm sending this email because I saw your advertisement on a noticeboard. B: Sorry, it was just sold a few minutes ago. Hope this helps!😊
Q: commercial advertisement is commercials and public advertisement( like about antisomoking, seatbelt, greens) is what??
A: "Public Service Announcement" or "PSA" By the way, here is a classic American PSA, enjoy https://youtu.be/ub_a2t0ZfTs and the sequel to that PSA https://youtu.be/qyXFN4ocN_o
Q: advertisements propagate in an undue way. does this sound natural?
A: I didn't say it wasn't. I just wondered if that was the word that fitted your cause! Propagate concerns spreading (particularly for animals and plants) but the definition includes generalised spreading and promotion as another branch. http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/propagate Expand you vocabulary as much as you can! (then teach me a few words!) There are huge mixes of French and German influences in English. Anything is possible 🙆! I hope I haven't put you off. You made a good choice. I use a thesaurus as a first filter to find a word I wish to use in my own language, before double checking the definition of one is suited to my use.
Q: I think that advertisements for tobacco products should be banned. One reason is that they are clearly harmful to your health and highly addictive. Such things should not be promoted although they are legal products. Another reason is that the media has a great influence on people in particular young people. If they feel only a good part of tobacco products and begin to smoke, they may regret it after they gets cancer. does this sound natural?
A: Instead of "in particular," I would use the word "particularly" instead. If they feel that tobacco products are good and begin to smoke, they will eventually get so addicted that they get cancer. After they get cancer, they may regret their decision.

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