banner englannista suomeksi
mainosbanneri, banderolli, mainoskangas, julistekangas, banneri
The military unit under such a flag or standard.
A military or administrative subdivision.
Any large sign, especially when made of soft material or fabric.
A large piece of cloth with a slogan, motto, or emblem carried in a demonstration or other procession or suspended in some conspicuous place.
2016, David M. Kennedy, Lizabeth Cohen, Mel Piehl, ''The Brief American Pageant: A History of the Republic'' (page 73)
- The Zenger decision was a banner achievement for freedom of the press. It pointed the way to the kind of open public discussion required by the diverse society that colonial New York already was and that all America was to become.
To adorn with a banner.
To display as a banner headline.
2008, Howard Rosenberg, Charles S. Feldman, ''No Time To Think''
- At 8:11, bannering the headline “Cheney in Charge?” the Drudge Report runs a story speculating that the president may be incapacitated.
One who bans something.
1963, ''The Australian Library Journal'' (volumes 1-14, page 69)
- How ridiculous the banners of some of the books at present on the list will appear in the future.
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