verb (used without object)
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Definition for advert (2 of 2)
noun Chiefly British Informal.
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By 15, Shields was saying: “Nothing comes between me and my Calvins” in an advert for Calvin Klein underwear.
“Rage Against the Regime” read a sign taped onto a Carlsberg advert near my house.Ukraine’s Eurolution Is a PR Godsend for the Struggling E.U.|Vijai Maheshwari|December 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On the next occasion to which I feel bound to advert, her conduct was even more deserving of censure.The Evil Genius|Wilkie Collins
We will now advert to some of the common causes of imperfect hearing.
In treating of games, we may advert to a rendering of the Flying Horse, overlooked on a former occasion.The History of Signboards|Jacob Larwood
To this possibility, however, it was not the fashion to advert.Biographia Literaria|Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Your memorialists forbear to advert to the motives of such conduct, leaving them to be considered and appreciated by Congress.