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trip off the tongue

Something that trips off the tongue is easy to say or pronounce
很容易说出(或发音)
The new company will need to have a name that trips off the tongue and is easy to remember.
这家新公司需要取一个顺口易记的名字。
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in Chinese (Traditional) 很容易說出(或發音)…
(Definition of trip off the tongue from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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