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catchy

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adjective \ˈka-chē, ˈke-chē\

Simple Definition of catchy

  • : appealing and easy to remember

Full Definition of catchy

catch·i·ercatch·i·est

  1. 1 a :  tending to catch the interest or attention <a catchy title> b :  easily retained in the memory <a catchy melody>

  2. 2 :  fitful, irregular <catchy breathing>

  3. 3 :  tricky <a catchy question>


CATCHY Defined for Kids

catchy

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adjective \ˈka-chē, ˈke-\

Definition of catchy

catch·i·ercatch·i·est

  1. :  likely to attract and be remembered <a catchy tune>





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