1. I
to sell you must advertise без рекламы нет торговли, =advertise реклама - двигатель торговли; you must learn to advertise вам нужно научиться рекламировать свои товары
2. II
advertise in some manner advertise extensively /widely/ широко рекламировать товары
3. III
1) advertise smth. advertise one's wares (second-hand books, cosmetics, a house, etc.) рекламировать свои товары и т. д., advertise a sale (a concert, the show, etc.) объявлять /оповещать/ о распродаже /о том, что состоится распродажа/ и т. д.
2) advertise smth. advertise facts (data, etc.) разглашать факты и т. д.; you shouldn't advertise the news этому известию не следует придавать широкой огласки; advertise the affair (the event, etc.) афишировать связь и т. д.
3) advertise smth., smb. coll. advertise one's work (one's achievements, oneself, etc.) рекламировать /расхваливать/ свою работу и т. д., заниматься саморекламой; she always advertises her accomplishments она всегда выставляет напоказ свои достоинства /кичится, похваляется своими достоинствами/
4. IV
advertise smth. in some manner advertise smth. widely широко рекламировать что-л., широко оповещать о чем-л.
5. XI
be advertised when these facts were advertised когда эти факты были обнародованы /стали известны/; be advertised for some time the spring sale was advertised for April 1st на первое апреля была объявлена весенняя распродажа
6. XVI
advertise for smth., smb. advertise for a job (for a situation, for a house, for a room, for a typist, etc.) искать работу и т. д. по объявлению; they advertised for a nursemaid они искали няню по объявлению; he advertised for a used car он дал объявление о том, что купит подержанную машину; advertise in smth. we advertised in the local paper мы поместили объявление в местной газете; advertise through smth. the best way to make it known is to advertise through the press лучший способ оповестить об этом всех - поместить /дать/ объявление в газете
7. XXI1
advertise smth. in (on, over, through, etc.) smth. advertise smth. in the press (in local papers, in national papers, over the radio, on TV, etc.) рекламировать что-л. через прессу /в газетах/ и т. д.; they advertise their cars in the slick magazines они рекламируют свои машины в популярных иллюстрированных журналах; they advertised their goods by handbills они раздавали листовки с рекламой своей продукции

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