adland

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noun ad·land \ˈad-ˌland\

Definition of adland

  1. :  the advertising industry Nicholas Negroponte declared the digital revolution over in 1998, but it took adland 12 more years to rework its basic creative, technological, philosophical and procedural assumptions. — Teressa Iezzi, Advertising Age, 24 May 2010

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Origin and Etymology of adland

1ad + 1land


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