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: pamphlet, booklet
: one containing descriptive or advertising material
a travel brochure
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booklet, circular, flyer (also flier), folder, leaflet, pamphlet
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1748, in the meaning defined above
French, from brocher to sew, from Middle French, to prick, from Old French brochier, from broche
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: a small, thin book or magazine that usually has many pictures and information about a product, a place, etc.
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