advert


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • verb

Synonyms for advert

Synonyms for advert

to call or direct attention to something

Synonyms for advert

References in periodicals archive ?
On the advert, two young kids black and white posed unbeknown of the raging storm that awaited.
Kevin Smith I've seen a few adverts for soap, shampoo and various lotions and creams that show the female form in similar poses.
The advert, which Morrisons said was not based on a request it had made, caused fury.
One of the adverts targets the UK government for supplying Israel with arms which were used in the 2014 Operation Protective Edge, a conflict which saw over 2,200 Palestinians and over 70 Israelis killed.
ASDA Supermarket giant Asda broadcast their Christmas advert during last weekend's episode of The X Factor.
Why are the folk singing in the TalkTalk advert before X Factor always such absolute mutants?
One disgruntled England fan posted on Twitter: "Just woke up and turned TV on to the Mars advert with Gerrard scoring with an overhead kick.
nevertheless, the ASA's statement underlined the continuing furore surrounding the advert and paddy power's decision to bet on the trial.
Lorraine replied that she had no idea about the advert and would be seeking legal action.
You may also spot that the main character in the advert is none other than Maarty Broekman, the 1980s fan who was a semi-finalist on Britain's Got Talent, so make sure you watch at 8.
London, June 29 ( ANI ): Social media giant Facebook has decided that it will review its advertising system in order to avoid placing adverts on pages having offensive content.
His mother Pauline, 59, said she was "absolutely disgusted" when she saw a TV advert for Go Compare which shows Sue Barker "blowing up" the infamous Gocompare.
On Monday the Birmingham Mail revealed that Lawyers2you had sparked complaints over its A-board advert in Paradise Forum.
MP Abdulhameed Al Meer, one of those behind the proposal, said Bahrain was an open country, but some adverts went too far.