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advertisement 的截斷形式


  • IPA(幫助)/ˈædvɜː(ɹ)t/
    • 文檔


advert (複數 adverts)

  1. (英國, 非正式) 廣告
    • 2011年3月1日,Phil McNulty,“Chelsea 2 - 1 Man Utd”,出自 BBC[1]:
      This was a wonderful advert for the Premier League, with both Chelsea and United intent on all-out attack - but Ferguson will be concerned at how his side lost their way after imperiously controlling much of the first period.
    • 2012,Andrew Martin, Underground Overground: A passenger's history of the Tube,Profile Books, ISBN 978-1846684777, 頁號41:
      When I was writing my 'Tube Talk' column, a man sent me a letter complaining about the advertisement of cars on the Underground. Why would the Underground masochistically promote a rival transport mode? The answer, I discovered, was that the adverts on the network must not 'harm the brand', and a car advert per se was not deemed to do that. However, a car advert that said 'Why are you using this horrible Tube when you could be driving one of our lovely cars?' would not be allowed.
    • 2013年5月25日,“No hiding place”,出自 The Economist[2],卷號407,期號8837, 頁號74:
      In America alone, people spent $170 billion on “direct marketing”—junk mail of both the physical and electronic varieties—last year. Yet of those who received unsolicited adverts through the post, only 3% bought anything as a result.


源自中古英語 adverten,源自古法語 advertir (注意),源自拉丁語 advertere (轉向)。參見adverse



advert (第三人稱單數簡單現在時 adverts,現在分詞 adverting,一般過去時及過去分詞 adverted)

  1. (不及物) 留意注意 (+ to) [自15世紀]
    • 2007 September 9, the Vatican (trans.), Pope Benedict XVI (speaker), speaking in German at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Austria:
      At a time when creation seems to be endangered in so many ways through human activity, we should consciously advert to this dimension of Sunday, too.
  2. (棄用, 及物) 把注意力轉移到;注意到 [15–19世紀]
  3. (不及物) 引起注意 [自18世紀]
    • 1842, Edgar Allan Poe, ‘The Mystery of Marie Rogêt’:
      ‘I have before suggested that a genuine blackguard is never without a pocket-handkerchief. But it is not to this fact that I now especially advert.’
    • 1860,Wilkie Collins, The Woman In White:
      As soon as Miss Fairlie had left the room he spared us all embarrassment on the subject of the anonymous letter, by adverting to it of his own accord.
    • 1961 July,“Editorial: Sir Brian begs the questions”,出自 Trains Illustrated, 頁號386:
      In this context, it is worth remark that Sir Brian should have paid particular attention to the importance of a reserve of power in locomotives. He adverted to this in a discussion of punctuality, making first the highly debatable assertion that "a very high proportion" of steam locomotives today were being worked to the limit of their capacity, with little or no reserve in hand, [...].