Origin of brochureFrench from brocher, to stitch: see broach
The definition of a brochure is a booklet containing information or advertising material.
A pamphlet advertising a popular vacation destination is an example of a brochure.
A small booklet or pamphlet, often containing promotional material or product information.
Origin of brochureFrench from brocher to stitch from broche knitting needle from Old French spit, needle ; see broach 1.
- For example, a copywriter would be hired to write the brochure that entices the reader to buy a car while the technical writer would be hired to write the owner's manual that explains how to use all of the car's fancy features.
- In addition to the Getaway Guide brochure, it is possible to find Cedar Point coupons in other ways, such as through the Discover Ohio Travel Guide, though specific offers and restrictions vary from year to year.
- The larger Getaway Guide brochure has a more detailed map that spans two pages and includes labels for major and minor rides, shows, games, and attractions that are also color-coded and numbered for convenience.
- By matching the makeup to the brush and following the application tips in the brochure or on the DVD you won't have to worry about applying the wrong shade to the wrong area using the wrong brush ever again.
- One of the disadvantages is that, with limited or no merchandise to show you, you might be unhappily surprised to discover that the tile you purchased may not look exactly like the pictures online or in the brochure.