Definition of brochure in English:

brochure

Syllabification: bro·chure
Pronunciation: /brōˈSHo͝or
 
/

noun

A small book or magazine containing pictures and information about a product or service.
More example sentences
  • The Tourism Authority of Thailand can assist with holiday brochures and information.
  • Catalogues, flyers and brochures can be collected in the service's blue bag, or taken to a recycling site.
  • It also publishes a range of information leaflets, brochures and fact sheets.
Synonyms

Origin

mid 18th century: from French, literally 'something stitched', from brocher 'to stitch' (see broach1).

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