English - Vietnamese Dictionary
poster /'poustə/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- người dán áp phích, người dán quảng cáo ((cũng) bill-poster)
+a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
+someone who pastes up bills or placards on walls or billboards
+a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers
Advanced English Dictionary
placard, notice, bill, advertisement, announcement, broadside, broadsheet; circular, flier:
Who designed that striking poster for the new play?
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 a large notice, often with a picture on it, that is put in a public place to advertise sth: election posters + a poster campaign (= an attempt to educate people about sth by using posters) + a wanted poster (= with a picture of a person that the police are looking for) + They put up a poster advertising the concert.
2 a large picture that is printed on paper and put on a wall as decoration: posters of her favourite pop stars
cinema, circus, election | wanted
The police have put up wanted posters describing the man.
VERB + POSTER
display, exhibit, put up, stick up | be covered with, be plastered with
His walls are plastered with posters of rock stars.
| take down | design | print
POSTER + VERB
appear, go up
Huge election posters suddenly went up all over the town.
| feature sth, show sth | advertise sth
POSTER + NOUN
Detectives have launched a massive poster campaign to help in the search for two killers.
on a/the ~
the picture on the poster
| ~ for
posters for tonight's concert
| ~ of
a poster of James Dean
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