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cliché

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkliːʃeɪ/ US  /kliːˈʃeɪ/
something that people have said or done so much that it has become boring or has no real meaning
gerçekte bir anlamı olmayan söylenegelen ifade, söz; klişe; basmakalıp, beylik söz/ifade
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Translations of “cliché”
in Arabic صيغة نَمطِيّة…
in Korean 상투적인 말…
in Malaysian kata basi…
in French cliché…
in Italian cliché…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陳腔濫調,老生常談,老套的話…
in Russian банальность…
in Polish komunał…
in Vietnamese lời nói sáo rỗng…
in Spanish cliché…
in Portuguese clichê, chavão, lugar-comum…
in Thai ถ้อยคำซ้ำซาก…
in German das Klischee…
in Catalan tòpic…
in Japanese (使い古された)決まり文句…
in Indonesian klise…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陈词滥调,老生常谈,老套的话…
(Definition of cliché from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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