Definition of ambush marketing in English:

ambush marketing

Syllabification: am·bush mar·ket·ing


The practice by which a rival company attempts to associate its products with an event that already has official sponsors.
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  • Yesterday, the government announced plans to outlaw "ambush marketing" at major events.
  • A decisive factor is whether ambush marketing activities signify a serious breach of rights.
  • Ambush marketing is becoming a huge problem for every major international sporting event.

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