Adjective "promotional" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/prəˈməʊʃənl/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Relating to the publicizing of a product, organization, or venture so as to increase sales or public awareness.
  1. 'Has there been any kind of promotion or promotional material which embarrasses you?'
  2. 'The photographs from the day will be used in publications put out by the society and in other promotional material.'
  3. 'To entice foreign visitors, four London buses made a promotional tour of the Continent.'
  4. 'The Wallace Group carried on business here and abroad in the design and sale of promotional games.'
  5. 'The station is already on air running promotional material and will launch in November.'
  6. 'Sheesh, the lengths people will go to in order to avoid having to do a promotional tour with their daughter.'
  7. 'In addition, customer response to promotional material also needs to be measured.'
  8. 'He's so appalled by the remake that he wants his name removed from all the promotional material.'
  9. 'I sat down next to the window and a shelf with heaps of promotional material on tourism in Hungary.'
  10. 'It noted there was only limited promotional material in Urdu or any other Asian language.'

Definitions

1. advancement in rank or position.

2. furtherance or encouragement.

3. the act of promoting.

4. the state of being promoted.

5. something devised to publicize or advertise a product, cause, institution, etc., as a brochure, free sample, poster, television or radio commercial, or personal appearance.

6. Also called queening. Chess. the replacement of a pawn that has reached the enemy's first rank by a more powerful piece of the same color, usually a queen.

More examples(as adjective)

"categories can be promotional in dates."

"campaigns can be promotional."

"activities can be promotional."

"materials can be promotional."

"spendings can be promotional."

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Origin

(promotion)