outsert


outsert
outsert - Mailing industry term for an external attachment.

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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  • Outsert — An outsert is a four page card wrapped around and attached to the outside of a magazine or other publication. Its purpose is to advertise a product (such as a subscription and/or free gift) and also to act as a flag for the publication to… …   Wikipedia

  • outsert — I. ˈau̇tˌsər]t, sə̄], səi], usu ]d.+V noun ( s) Etymology: out (III) + sert (as in insert, n.) : a usually 4 page section (as of a magazine) so imposed and printed that it can be placed outside another signature compare insert II …   Useful english dictionary

  • outsert — the opposite of insert. when asked how long my cooking spoon was, i had to outsert my mind from the gutter to give a non sexual answer …   Dictionary of american slang

  • outsert — the opposite of insert. when asked how long my cooking spoon was, i had to outsert my mind from the gutter to give a non sexual answer …   Dictionary of american slang

  • outsert — /owt serrt /, n. Bookbinding. an additional folded signature or sheet into which another is bound. Also called outset, wraparound. [OUT + (IN)SERT] * * * …   Universalium

  • outsert — noun A piece of promotional material that is placed on the outside of a product …   Wiktionary

  • Outsert — Накидка (добавляемая к тетради книжного блока) …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • outsert — out·sert …   English syllables

  • outsert — /ˈaʊtsɜt/ (say owtsert) noun a supplement, usually containing advertising, which is wrapped around a magazine, newspaper, etc. {out + (in)sert} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Anna Wintour — Wintour at a 2009 show of Sienna Miller s Twenty8Twelve line …   Wikipedia


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