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mailshot

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Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪlʃɒt/

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British

Definition of mailshot in English:

noun

1A dispatch of mail, especially promotional material, to a large number of people: retail multiples use targeted mailshots to support new branches
1.1An item sent in a mailshot: I have just received a mailshot from another firm

verb

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Send promotional material to (a large number of people): you mailshot your prospect list with an offer

Words that rhyme with mailshot

grapeshotslingshot

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