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flyer
American English: /ˈflaɪər/
British English: /ˈflʌɪə/

noun

  • flier
    Example sentences
    • Concentrate on one airline: Very frequent flyers get more free upgrades, often pay less to buy upgrades, and get preferred treatment on standby upgrade lists.
    • On a similar note, a frequent question fliers ask is whether airlines pad their schedules to ensure more on-time arrivals.
    • Airlines should be using the valuable data from frequent flyers and other passengers to conduct medical research.
    Example sentences
    • The cramped office was completely papered with posters and flyers announcing events and protests for everything conceivable.
    • The Festival Committee has recently produced a flier detailing the main events of the Festival week.
    • Posters and flyers advertising the clinics and opening times are being put up in doctors' waiting rooms and GPs themselves are being reminded to give their female patients the choice of an alternative service.

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