Definition of roadshow in English:

roadshow

Line breaks: road|show
Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊdʃəʊ
 
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noun

1A touring show of performers, especially pop musicians: witness the last great rock ‘n’ roll band demolish an entire city with their million-decibel roadshow
1.1A touring political or promotional campaign: the bank is planning a European and American roadshow Clinton’s roadshow had the breezy feel of a candidate on a victory lap
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  • We're also looking at doing roadshows to promote features such as our new operating system.
  • In March, the electronics company will also host a 12-city tour with a roadshow explaining to retailers what Nuon is and how to pitch it.
  • He called on regulators to pass new rules that would preclude analysts from accompanying bankers to pitch corporate clients or participating in investor roadshows.
1.2Each of a series of radio or television programmes broadcast on location from different venues.
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  • This year involves a series of events and initiatives nationwide, including radio roadshows with the architect and TV presenter and a primary schools programme.
  • On top of this, Radio 1, still at the time hosting huge roadshows with Status Quo, was keen on a worthy, speech-based programme.

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