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slogannoun [C]

uk   /ˈsləʊ.ɡən/  us   /ˈsloʊ-/
C1 a short easily remembered phrase, especially one used to advertise an idea or a product: an advertising slogan a campaign slogan
Translations of “slogan”
in Arabic شِعار…
in Korean 슬로건, 구호…
in Malaysian slogan…
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 Vietnamese khẩu hiệu…
in Spanish eslogan, lema…
in Portuguese slogan, lema, divisa…
in Thai คำขวัญ…
in German der Slogan…
in Catalan eslògan…
in Japanese スローガン, キャッチフレーズ…
in Indonesian semboyan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 标语,口号, 广告语…
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