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catchphrase

(ˈkætʃˌfreɪz)
n
(Linguistics) a well-known frequently used phrase, esp one associated with a particular group, etc
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.catchphrase - a phrase that has become a catchword
phrase - an expression consisting of one or more words forming a grammatical constituent of a sentence
catchword, motto, shibboleth, slogan - a favorite saying of a sect or political group

catchphrase

noun slogan, saying, quotation, motto a comedy character with the catchphrase, `You don't want to do that'
Translations
iskulause

catchphrase

catch phrase, catch-phrase [ˈkætʃfreɪz] n (= slogan) → slogan m; [comedian, famous person] → formule f
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its former and current owners Josiah Jenkins and Matthew Gruettner, respectively-as well as Appnoxious LLC and Squad Social LLC for monetizing her catchphrase through the 'Cash Me Outside' app.
AN application by Specsavers to trademark the terms "should've" and "shouldve" to protect its advertising catchphrase has been approved.
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The shows were mostly built around the two linchpins of 70s comedy, saucy innuendo and a good catchphrase.
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But all too often I find myself rolling my eyes in chagrin at yet another instance of a writer pilfering a nifty little catchphrase from some prior article to incorporate into his own in an attempt to make himself appear clever.
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Mr Cameron triggered a furious row when, in April, he parroted the catchphrase made famous by film director Michael Winner in a TV advert.
Similarly, the Players Association and teams would have to share royalties if they want to use the covered logo or catchphrase.