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catchyadjective

 us   /ˈkætʃ·i, ˈketʃ·i/
(esp. of a ​tune or ​song) ​pleasing and ​easy to ​remember: a catchy ​melody
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catchyadjective

uk   us   /ˈkætʃi/
MARKETING catchy music or words are pleasing and ​easy to remember, like the ​sort often used in ​advertising: a catchy slogan/jingle/name The best ​adsattract World Wide Web ​surfers with snappy ​graphics and catchy ​slogans.
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