Definition of outsert in English:

outsert

Line breaks: out|sert
Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtsəːt
 
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noun

A piece of promotional material which is placed on the outside of a package, publication, or other product.
More example sentences
  • It was an advertising program consisting of supplements and outserts targeting key CT-system purchasers and users, and it was achieved by working with the top-tier diagnostic imaging publication in our industry.

Origin

1960s: from out + insert.

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