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catchphrase

noun catch·phrase \-ˌfrāz\

: a word or phrase that is easy to remember and is commonly used to represent or describe a person, group, idea, etc.

Full Definition of CATCHPHRASE

1
:  a word or expression that is used repeatedly and conveniently to represent or characterize a person, group, idea, or point of view
2
:  slogan 2

Examples of CATCHPHRASE

  1. popular catchphrases like politically correct
  2. <one of those advertising catchphrases that, if you think about them, don't mean much of anything>

First Known Use of CATCHPHRASE

1842

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