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logonoun [C]

 us   /ˈloʊ·ɡoʊ/ (plural logos)
a small picture or design that a company or organization uses as its symbol: Athletes are all wearing the sneaker company’s logo.
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logonoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈləʊɡəʊ/
MARKETING a design or symbol displayed on a company's products, vehicles, signs, etc. that expresses the company's character and purpose and makes it easy for customers to recognize and remember the company: The sponsor's logo was displayed at every entrance to the stadium.brand/company/corporate logo They wear the company uniforms, drive trucks with the company logo, and deliver packages to your door.product/team logo a sweatshirt with the team logo on the frontdistinctive/familiar/unusual logo Research shows that unusual logos work well.
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Translations of “logo”
in Korean 로고…
in Arabic شِعار…
in Malaysian logo…
in Russian логотип, фирменный знак…
in Chinese (Traditional) (公司的)標誌,標識…
in Italian logotipo…
in Turkish amblem, arma, sembol…
in Polish znak firmowy, logo…
in Spanish logotipo, logo…
in Vietnamese logo…
in Portuguese logotipo…
in Thai ตราสัญลักษณ์…
in Catalan logotip…
in Japanese (社名などをデザインした)ロゴ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (公司的)标志,标识…
in Indonesian logo…
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