buzz phrase

noun

Definition of buzz phrase

  1. :  a fashionable phrase in widespread use :  a voguish phrase “Customer for life” is becoming an off-repeated buzz phrase. — Bill Howard, PC Magazine, August 1997 Although “Cloud Computing” is the current buzz phrase, the concept has been around for half a century. — Christian Cachin et al., IEEE Spectrum, December 2011

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1966

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1966


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