- 1A large printed picture used for decoration.More example sentences
- Art is not alien; we all have pictures, posters and decorations hanging on our walls at home.
- Buying prints, posters and original artworks over the web is as easy as buying a book or CD.
- It can be an original painting or reproduction, a poster, print or photo.
- 1.1A large printed picture, notice, or advertisement displayed in a public place: [as modifier]: a poster campaignMore example sentences
- He had breached earlier restraining orders by continuing to contact her and putting up posters on public notice boards.
- The poster and press advertising campaign will run until early next year.
- Farmers are being encouraged to display posters in public places as part of a campaign to increase farmgate prices.
- 2A person who posts something online, as on a blog, social media website, or forum.More example sentences
- Do a search and you will find newsgroups posters exclaiming the phrases and leaving puzzled and angry observers.
- Experts believe around 150 such lawsuits have been filed regarding anonymous message posters.
- I agree with the poster who said the systems administrators responsible for this should be canned.
verb[no object] (usually as noun postering) Back to top
- Put up posters in an area: illegal postering in downtown Montreal [with object]: she defied police advice and postered her neighbourhoodMore example sentences
- We met while I was postering for a Thursday night pub nite (do they still allow those?) and we hit it off right away.
- That changed last Thursday, when Drury was postering for the Poverty Olympics at the corner of Hastings Street and Caroll Street in Vancouver's Downtown East Side.