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billposter

Line breaks: bill|post¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈbɪlpəʊstə
 
/
(also billsticker /-stɪkə/)

Definition of billposter in English:

noun

A person who pastes up advertisements on hoardings.
Example sentences
  • Billposters, agents, firms or persons engaged in the business of billposting other than by painting signs.
  • The billposter left his route early, and was spotted by Gary Shay and three coworkers who were riding down the highway.
  • Paste cans were loaded into the wagons, brushes and pails, together with the paper that had been carefully laid out and counted, the night before, for each billposter.

Derivatives

billposting

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Eleven New York City billposting firms were united into the Van Buren and New York Billposting Company.
  • Not only does it impact on our leading position on billposting large format in France, it also reinforces our position as the leader in customised billboard campaigns.
  • What other billposting could possibly confer such a high profile to the trade image you project onto the younger crowd?

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