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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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Summary: New Delhi (India), June 20 (ANI): Brock Lesnar's advocate Paul Heyman has sent a notice to Ranveer Singh for apparently using his catchphrase 'Eat, Sleep, Conquer, Repeat', in a twisted manner.
3 SIR Bruce Forsyth, inset, was the king of the catchphrase and his many famous lines included 'Didn't he do well?', 'Good game, good game' and 'Give us a twirl'.
Summary: Rapper will reserve the catchphrase for use on 'paper cups and posters'
TAKE Me Out host Paddy McGuinness says he loves it when fans shout his catchphrase back at him.
"That's hot" became heiress Paris Hilton's signature catchphrase on The Simple Life reality television show in the early 00's.
The game itself remained goalless until late on, and in the second half fans paid tribute again to Barry - real name Barry Elliott - by trading chants of the Chuckle Brothers' own catchphrase "to me, to you" back and forth on 73 minutes.
His caption featured the show's popular catchphrase, '4:30 na!
"Woo!" is as much a part of wrestling as any catchphrase in history.
AN application by Specsavers to trademark the terms "should've" and "shouldve" to protect its advertising catchphrase has been approved.
Danger Mouse's most famous catchphrases were "Good grief!", "Penfold, shush!" and "Blast!" Penfold's catchphrase was "Crumbs, DM!" The show was originally produced for Thames Television and became popular across the world.
CATCHPHRASE ITV 7.15pm It's once again time to decipher which popular sayings Mr Chips is hinting at on screen, as Stephen Mulhern (left) hosts the classic gameshow.
STAN HERBERT Played by: Harry Catchphrase: "We are considerably richer than yow", said in an exaggerated Black Country accent.