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buzz phrase

n.
A phrase used as a buzzword.
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buzz phrase

n
informal a phrase that comes into vogue in the same way as a buzz word
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The "Mike Pence rule" _ men avoiding one-on-one time with women to prevent any unnecessary misunderstandings about their intentions _ has become a buzz phrase in the #MeToo era.
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We asked for a neutral venue for the sake of sporting integrity, which was their big buzz phrase two years ago when the Rangers stuff was going on.