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slogan

noun [C]  /ˈsloʊ·ɡən/ us  
a short, easily remembered phrase used to describe the character of something, esp. a political idea or a product: That old campaign slogan really means that there should be jobs and enough food for all citizens.
Translations of “slogan”
in Korean 슬로건, 구호…
in Arabic شِعار…
in French slogan…
in Turkish slogan…
in Italian slogan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 標語,口號, 廣告語…
in Russian лозунг…
in Polish hasło, slogan…
in Spanish eslogan, lema…
in Portuguese slogan, lema, divisa…
in German der Slogan…
in Catalan eslògan…
in Japanese スローガン, キャッチフレーズ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 标语,口号, 广告语…
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