In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(product) anunciar(product) hacerle publicidad a(product) hacerle propaganda a(product) hacerle réclame a Latin America(product) hacerle reclame a River PlateI saw it advertised on TV/in a magazine — lo vi anunciado en la tele/en una revista
- I advertised my piano — puse un anuncio para vender el piano
- the job was advertised in yesterday's paper — el trabajo salió anunciado / el anuncio del trabajo apareció en el diario de ayer
- The detective said the prostitution service was advertised as an an escort service.
- You are required to advertise your product or service and the terms of the sale honestly and accurately.
- The event was advertised as family friendly with many workshops for both beginner and advanced practitioner.
- Each event will be advertised as soon as they are arranged.
- Recognising the importance of advertising a public event became the impetus for two simultaneous activities.
- Coating products are promoted and advertised as graffiti-resistant, but what does that really mean?
- This event is advertised as a family day out with opportunities to watch skilled aviation displays and see exciting jet aircraft.
- It's about reaching of the widest possible audience we can to advertise our products and services.
- There are no billboards advertising Western products.
- Products that are advertised as cures for colic do not help.
- The conference was advertised as being about gender and identity in South China.
- People who want to promote or advertise a product or brand are the most interested.
- Numerous billboards advertising this event have been rented.
- They encourage the use of medicines without any prescription by advertising their products on television and radio.
- The lecture's organizers have said the lecture was clearly advertised as a series of yarns.
- Web sites are all about advertising products, ideas and services.
- Although the service was advertised as being ‘free’ it was being charged at 38p per minute.
- It is all part of the national programme being advertised as Power to Change.
- Eventually, streaming video should prove of great use in promoting and advertising products on the Web.
- Six out of ten of those quizzed said they mistrusted brands that used pop-ups to advertise their products and services.
2(intentions) anunciar(intentions) revelarthere's no need to advertise your stupidity — no hace falta que vayas pregonando por ahí lo tonto que eres
- She didn't advertise the fact that she was listening to only him, but she wanted to.
- Why did this letter writer not take out a full page advertisement to advertise this fact?
- They would also have to pay to advertise the fact they would be applying for the licence.
- It said it wants to advertise this fact in a more tangible way hence the commission's presence at the show.
- In order to cope with this dilemma, the authorities decided to remove the signs on Friday, but not to advertise the fact.
- She was vague about the reasons, but she didn't want to advertise the fact I was intelligent.
- I wore only a pair of jeans and a t-shirt advertising the fact that I had given blood at the last blood drive.
- I didn't even find out that we had any titles in our family until I was about eight or nine, they hated to advertise that fact.
- If you need to escape an oppressive regime, can you afford to advertise that fact by filling out an asylum claim in the street?
- If a man is a fool, the best thing to do is to encourage him to advertise the fact by speaking. - Woodrow Wilson
- That was Jessica's voice, slightly nasal, desperately advertising the fact that any pity would be welcome.
- Regis also took the opportunity to advertise the quality of the police department that he headed.
- I didn't want to advertise the fact that we'd be away from the flat for a while.
- It's not my responsibility to advertise the fact that I am ruthless.
- Remove labels from new trees and shrubs as this advertises the fact that they are new and easy to remove.
- You are passionate and adventurous, however, you do not go around advertising these qualities.
- We have installed additional signs on the road and done everything possible to advertise the fact that the speed limit has been reduced.
- No one bothered advertising the fact that, in order to live, I need to keep breathing.
- A lot of people don't want to advertise the fact that they have a personal trainer.
- He seems reluctant to advertise the fact he has a cousin from France.
1hacer publicidadhacer propagandato advertise for sb/sth
- they're advertising for nurses/antiques — han puesto un anuncio solicitando enfermeras/para comprar antigüedades
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