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EtymologyEdit

1748, from French brochure(stitched work), from brocher(to stitch), from Old French brochier(to pierce), from broche(awl), from Vulgar Latin, from Latin. Cognate to broach.[1]

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NounEdit

brochure ‎(plural brochures)

  1. A booklet of printed informational matter, like a pamphlet, often for promotional purposes.

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  1. ^ brochure” in Douglas Harper, Online Etymology Dictionary (2001).

DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French brochure

NounEdit

brochure c (singular definite brochuren, plural indefinite brochurer)

  1. brochure, pamphlet

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NounEdit

brochure f ‎(plural brochures)

  1. brocade
  2. needlework
  3. brochure, booklet, pamphlet