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mailshot

(ˈmeɪlˌʃɒt)
n
(Marketing) a circular, leaflet, or other advertising material sent by post, or the posting of such material to a large group of people at one time
Translations

mailshot

[ˈmeɪlʃɒt] N (Brit) → mailing m

mailshot

[ˈmeɪlʃɒt] n (British)mailing mmail train ntrain m postalmail truck n (US)camionnette f des postesmail van n (British) (= truck) → camionnette f des postes (= on train) → wagon m postal

mailshot

[ˈmeɪlˌʃɒt] ncampagna promozionale a mezzo posta, mailing m inv
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Mailshot a well-prepared questionnaire to every voter in the region, Rhodri Morgan, and gain feed-back on what it is we REALLY want.
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Most are just your average mailshot, but this one is in a different league.
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