From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrochurebro‧chure /ˈbrəʊʃə, -ʃʊə $ broʊˈʃʊr/ ●●○ noun [countable] TCNa thin book giving information or advertising something a holiday brochure
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brochureReaders can pick up a brochure for that.Additional brochures can be obtained from the competition address. 8.A handout or employee brochure with the basic facts can be distributed.Seven or eight months later a customer booked a holiday, relying on an old unamended copy of the brochure.In this brochure we highlight many of the Midland money transmission services.This brochure empowers sufferers with knowledge to make informed decisions about their headache care.a travel brochureBut even then Ethel had pored over travel brochures and dreamed of ships, cruises, and faraway places.An airborne, tremulous brochure Proclaiming that the end is near.
From King Business Dictionarybrochurebro‧chure /ˈbrəʊʃə, -ʃʊəbroʊˈʃʊr/ noun [countable]MARKETING a thin book giving information or advertising somethingSend for a free brochure today.The company brochure says they are committed to protecting the environment.Origin brochure (1700-1800) French brocher to sew, from broche (BROOCH); because the pages are sewn together