Entry from US English dictionary
A large advertisement, especially in a newspaper or magazine, that features eye-catching type or illustrations.
- First, because it falls out when the reader opens the newspaper, there is a greater likelihood that more people will see an insert than a display ad that is buried among 25 to 40 pages of newspaper.
- Do you envision many merchants changing program Terms and Conditions so that merchants can prevent affiliates from securing the only display ad against a core search phase?
- Please see our display ad for further information.
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Syllabification: dis·play ad
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