Catchphrase (noun)

A phrase that is easily remembered and repeated and often associated with a particular person or group.

Origin:

Catchphrase comes from the combination of the words 'catch' and 'phrase', meaning a phrase that is easily caught, remembered and repeated.

Examples:

  1. The catchphrase 'What's up, doc?' is often associated with Bugs Bunny.
  2. Her catchphrase 'Keep calm and carry on' has become a popular slogan.
  3. The catchphrase 'You can't handle the truth' is one of the most famous lines in the movie 'A Few Good Men'.
  4. The political candidate's catchphrase 'Make America Great Again' became popular during his presidential campaign.
  5. The catchphrase 'May the force be with you' is iconic among fans of the Star Wars franchise.
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