Advert ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Advert ( verb )

  1. To refer briefly to something in the course of speaking or writing.
  2. To draw attention to something in an advertisement.

Origin:

Middle english, from latin advertere to turn towards, pay attention to, from ad- + vertere to turn.

Examples:

  1. I'd like to advert to the fact that this product is on sale.
  2. The company advertises its products on television.
  3. The advertisement adverted to the benefits of the product.
  4. The advert was for a new car.
  5. We will advert to this issue later in the meeting.

(As a noun)

Advert ( noun )

  1. To refer briefly to something in the course of speaking or writing.
  2. To draw attention to something in an advertisement.

Origin:

Middle english, from latin advertere to turn towards, pay attention to, from ad- + vertere to turn.

Examples:

  1. I'd like to advert to the fact that this product is on sale.
  2. The company advertises its products on television.
  3. The advertisement adverted to the benefits of the product.
  4. The advert was for a new car.
  5. We will advert to this issue later in the meeting.
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