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Spanish translation of “brand”

brand

noun /brӕnd/
a maker’s name or trademark
marca (registrada)
a new brand of dog food (also adjective) a brand name.
a variety
estilo, tipo
He has his own brand of humour/humor.
a mark on cattle etc to show who owns them, made with a hot iron.
marca
brand-new adjective completely new
completamente nuevo, recién comprado
a brand-new dress.
(Definition of brand from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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