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banner ad

n
1. (Marketing) a banner advertising a product
2. (Marketing) an advert along the top of a page of a website
3. (Computer Science) an advert along the top of a page of a website
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banner ad

n (Internet) → Bannerwerbung f, → Banner nt
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