英 [əd'vɜːtɪzm(ə)nt; -tɪs-]
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1、ad- "to" + vert- + -ise + -ment.
2、字面含义：turn toward. => turn sb to sth. => take notice of, give notice to sth, call attention to goods for sale, rewards, etc.
- advertisement (n.)
- early 15c., "written statement calling attention to" something, "public notice" (of anything, but often of a sale); from Middle French avertissement, from stem of avertir (see advertise). Meaning "public notice" (usually paid), the main modern sense, emerged 1580s and was fully developed by 18c.
- 1. A. D. is the abbreviation for " advertisement " .
- A. D. 是 advertisement 的缩写.
- 2. That would not be a good advertisement for Hungary's emerging democracy.
- 3. The England team were a poor advertisement for European football tonight.
- 4. Miss Parrish recently placed an advertisement in the local news-paper.
- 5. They placed an advertisement in the local paper for a secretary.
[ advertisement 造句 ]