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US [ˈædvərˌtaɪz]
UK [ˈædvə(r)taɪz]
  • v.做广告;登广告;(在报纸、公共场所公告牌、互联网等上)公布;展现
  • Web为……做广告;宣传;通知
Simple Present:advertises  Present Participle:advertising  Past Tense:advertised  
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v.
1.
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做广告;登广告to tell the public about a product or a service in order to encourage people to buy or to use it
If you want to attract more customers, try advertising in the local paper.
如果你要吸引更多顾客,就试试在当地报纸登广告。
The cruise was advertised as the ‘journey of a lifetime’.
这次航行被宣传为“终生难得的旅行”。
2.
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(在报纸、公共场所公告牌、互联网等上)公布,征聘to let people know that sth is going to happen, or that a job is available by giving details about it in a newspaper, on a notice in a public place, on the Internet, etc.
We are currently advertising for a new sales manager.
目前我们公开征聘一位新的销售经理。
We advertised the concert quite widely.
我们为这次音乐会作了相当广泛的宣传。
3.
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~ sth
展现,宣传(自己的事)to show or tell sth about yourself to other people
I wouldn't advertise the fact that you don't have a work permit.
我不会向外声张你没有工作许可证这件事。

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