Madison Avenue


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Madison Avenue

n.
The US advertising industry.
adj.
Of, relating to, or working in the US advertising industry.

[After Madison Avenue in New York City, historically the center of the industry.]

Madison Avenue

n
(Placename) a street in New York City: a centre of American advertising and public-relations firms and a symbol of their attitudes and methods

Mad′ison Av′enue


n.
1. an avenue in New York City, once the principal location for advertising firms.
2. the U.S. advertising industry.
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