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reklama

ženski rod

Preporuka, javno isticanje, rečju ili putem štampe (objava, oglasa) dobrih svojstava svoje robe i povoljnih cena u cilju zadobijanja kupaca (mušterija); trgovačko hvalisanje, vašarsko hvalisanje.
Isticanje kvaliteta robe preko sredstava javnog informisanja ili na drugi način (ekonomsko-propagandni program); preporučivanje, hvaljenje određenih proizvoda ili usluga;
Oglas ili plakat radi upoznavanja, popularizacije nekog proizvoda;
Namerno hvaljenje nekoga (lat.)

1. advertisement

imenica

ETYM French avertisement, formerly also spelled advertissement, a warning, giving notice, from avertir.
1. A public notice, especially a paid notice in some public medium (television, newspaper, etc.); anything that advertises.
2. The act of informing or notifying; notification.
3. Admonition; advice; warning.

2. advertising

imenica

Sinonimi: advertizing | publicizing

The business of drawing public attention to goods and services; SYN. advertizing, publicizing.
Any of various methods used by a company to increase the sales of its products or to promote a brand name.
Advertising can be seen by economists as either beneficial (since it conveys information about a product and so brings the market closer to a state of perfect competition) or as a hindrance to perfect competition, since it attempts to make illusory distinctions (such as greater sex appeal) between essentially similar products.

3. circular

imenica

Sinonimi: handbill | bill | broadside | broadsheet | flier | flyer | throwaway

ETYM Cf. French circulaire, lettre circulaire. Related to Circular.
An advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution; SYN. handbill, bill, broadside, broadsheet, flier, flyer, throwaway.

4. puff

imenica

Sinonimi: drag | pull | puff of air | whiff

ETYM Akin to German and Swed. puff a blow, Dan. puf, Dutch pof; of imitative origin. Related to Buffet.
1. A slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke); SYN. drag, pull.
2. A short light gust of air; SYN. puff of air, whiff.
3. A light inflated pastry or puff shell.
4. Exaggerated praise (as for promotional purposes).