[ad-ver-tahy-zing] /ˈæd vərˌtaɪ zɪŋ/
the act or practice of calling public attention to one’s product, service, need, etc., especially by paid announcements in newspapers and magazines, over radio or television, on billboards, etc.:
to get more customers by advertising.
paid announcements; .
the profession of planning, designing, and writing .
the promotion of goods or services for sale through impersonal media, such as radio or television
the business that specializes in creating such publicity
advertisements collectively; publicity
[ey-juh nt] /ˈeɪ dʒənt/ noun 1. a person or business authorized to act on another’s behalf: Our agent in Hong Kong will ship the merchandise. A best-selling author needs a good agent. 2. a person or thing that acts or has the power to act. 3. a natural force or object producing or used for […]
[uh-gresh-uh n] /əˈgrɛʃ ən/ noun 1. the action of a state in violating by force the rights of another state, particularly its territorial rights; an unprovoked offensive, attack, invasion, or the like: The army is prepared to stop any foreign aggression. 2. any offensive action, attack, or procedure; an inroad or encroachment: an aggression upon […]
[ahr-gyoo] /ˈɑr gyu/ verb (used without object), argued, arguing. 1. to present reasons for or against a thing: He argued in favor of capital punishment. 2. to contend in oral disagreement; dispute: The senator argued with the president about the new tax bill. verb (used with object), argued, arguing. 3. to state the reasons for […]
[koun-ter-ahr-gyuh-muh nt] /ˈkaʊn tərˌɑr gyə mənt/ noun 1. a contrasting, opposing, or refuting . n. 1862, from counter- + argument.