Definition of blitz
- an advertising blitz
- At Race Point there was an amazing blitz as stripers and blues pushed Atlantic needlefish ashore.
- —Gene Bourque
The company is planning an advertising blitz for the new product.
a multimedia blitz of advertisements for the summer blockbuster
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: a military attack in which many bombs are dropped from airplanes
: a fast and powerful effort
: a sudden attack or effort to stop or end something
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of the same or a similar kind or nature
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