Leaflet - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈliːflət|  American pronunciation of the word leaflet
Brit.  |ˈliːflɪt|  British pronunciation of the word leaflet

noun

- a thin triangular flap of a heart valve (syn: cusp)
- part of a compound leaf
- a small book usually having a paper cover (syn: booklet, brochure, folder, pamphlet)

Examples

Protesters were handing out leaflets condemning the government's environmental policies.

...the company hires college students to work the phones and distribute leaflets for its clients...

We spent the morning leafleting.

Students were handing out election leaflets at the station.

He's leafleting the neighbourhood.

The leaflet gives details of all the hotels in the area in descending order of price.

For more details, pick up a leaflet in your local post office.

By looking at this leaflet, you can see at a glance (=find out very easily) how much a loan will cost.

We hope this leaflet has been helpful in answering your questions.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: leaflet
he/she/it: leaflets
present participle: leafleting
past tense: leafleted
past participle: leafleted
noun
singular: leaflet
plural: leaflets
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