Entry from British & World English dictionary
An advertisement placed in a newspaper or magazine by telephone.
- Going by the countless tele-ads that puncture them, it does not need any extraordinary wisdom to perceive that they lure the youth into conspicuous consumption.
- But a tele-ad girl checked with the race secretary and learned that the event will definitely go ahead this Saturday.
- June had worked in the advertising department at the newspaper for more than 40 years, working in the reception and tele-ads before becoming tele-ads supervisor.
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