trademark

listen to the pronunciation of trademark
Englisch - Türkisch
marka

Betimleme, bir şirketin tescilli ticari markasını ihlal etti. - The depiction violated a company's registered trademark.

Bunun onun ticari markası olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think that is his trademark.

(Ticaret) ticaret markası
alameti farika
{i} belirgin özellik
{i} ticari marka

Ticari marka çok iyi bilinir. - The trademark is very well known.

Bunun onun ticari markası olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think that is his trademark.

patent
ticari

Bunun onun ticari markası olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think that is his trademark.

Betimleme, bir şirketin tescilli ticari markasını ihlal etti. - The depiction violated a company's registered trademark.

ayırtaç
trademark representative
marka vekili
trademark assignment
(Kanun) marka devir belgesi
trademark infringement
marka hakkına tecavüz
trademark law treaty
marka kanunu antlaşması
trademark licenses
marka lisansları
registered trademark
tescilli ticari marka
registered trademark
tescilli ticari marka tescilli
registered trademark
tescilli marka
Englisch - Englisch
To so label a product
To register something as a trademark
A word, symbol, or phrase used to identify a particular company's product and differentiate it from other companies' products. Indicated by the symbol ™, when registered with a government authority it is sometimes indicated by the symbol ®
(Reklam) "Any sign capable of being represented graphically which is capable of distinguishing goods or services of one undertaking from those of another undertaking" (UK Trade Marks Act 1994)
a distinctive characteristic or attribute
{i} distinguishing symbol used by a manufacturer or company that no other manufacturer can use it; distinguishing feature or characteristic associated with a person or thing
An officially registered and legally restricted name, symbol or representation, the use of which is restricted to its owner
A word, phrase, graphic image, or symbol used by a business or other organization to represent itself or its merchandise Trademarks must be registered with the U S Patent and Trademark Office (in the United States) or with the appropriate international authority in order to be legally recognized
Any word, name, symbol, device, slogan, package design or combination of these that serves to identify and distinguishes a specific product from others in the market place or in trade Even a sound, color combination, smell or hologram can be a trademark under some circumstances The term trademark is often used interchangeably to identify a trademark or service mark
A distinctive name or symbol used to identify a product or company and build recognition Trademarks may be registered with the U S Patent and Trademark Office
a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
If you say that something is the trademark of a particular person or place, you mean that it is characteristic of them or typically associated with them. the spiky punk hairdo that became his trademark. Mark used by a manufacturer or merchant to identify the origin or ownership of goods and to distinguish them from others. Trademarks may be words or groups of words, letters, numerals, devices, names, the shape or other presentation of products or their packages, or combinations of colours. A trademark (indicated by ^TM or, when registered, by the symbol ) is considered the property of the holder and is protected by law from unauthorized use by others. In most countries, registration is a prerequisite for ownership and protection of the mark. In the U.S., however, the trademark right is granted by the mere use of the mark, though registration often proves legally advantageous. See also copyright
A trademark is a name or symbol that a company uses on its products and that cannot legally be used by another company
* An officially registered and legally restricted name, symbol or representation, the use of which is restricted to its owner
can be a letter, number, word, phrase, sound, smell, shape, color, logo, picture, aspect of packaging, or any combination of these, which is used to distinguish goods and services of one trader from those of another
A peculiar distinguishing mark or device affixed by a manufacturer or a merchant to his goods, the exclusive right of using which is recognized by law
any word, name, symbol or device, or any combination thereof adopted and used by a manufacturer or merchant to identify his goods and to distinguish them from those manufactured or sold by others
Trademark is protection on slogans, logos, or product names The primary function of trademark is to indicate the origin of goods and to distinguish them from those sold or manufactured by others
a distinctive mark of authenticity, through which the products of particular manufactures or the vendible commodities of particular merchants may be distinguished from those of others
{f} register a name or symbol as a trademark; provide with a trademark (as on a product)
a name, symbol or other mark that identifies a product to customers, and is legally owned by its manufacturer or inventor
A name, symbol, or other device identifying a product, officially registered and legally restricted to the use of the owner or manufacturer
As it relates to domain names a word, phrase or slogan used to identify and distinguish the source of the goods or services Trademark law may be different worldwide If someone registers a domain name such as microsoft to then Microsoft would need to go to the courts in Tonga to fight to get the name back Expensive international litigation is one reason why it is important to protect your trademarks before someone else registers the names
A "trademark" is the name of a product made by a particular person or company Thus, "Chevrolet" is the trademark for some of the automobiles made by General Motors, Inc Click HERE for more information on trademarks
A name or symbol secured by legal registration that identifies a manufacturer's or trader's product or service and distinguishes it from other products and services Icons, company names, brand names, and packaging can all have trademark protection Trademark owners have the right to prevent others from using the same, or a confusingly similar mark, but cannot prevent others from making or selling the same goods under a nonconfusing mark Current U S law is based on the Lanham Act of 1946 This act also incorporates the trademark obligations of the United States under the Paris Convention
Any word, Name, symbol, or device (or any combination thereof) used to identify goods and to distinguish them from those created or sold by others that satisfies applicable statutory requirements
A word, symbol, or phrase used to identify a particular companys product and differentiate it from other companies products. Indicated by the symbol ™, when registered with a government authority it is sometimes indicated by the symbol
A word, phrase, graphic image, or other symbol used to represent a business, commercial, or other organization Trademarks are used to identify the organization to the public and to consumers and are intended to identify the organization's products and services as well To be recognized as a trademark, the word, phrase, graphic image, or symbol must be registered with the U S Patent and Trademark Office (in the United States) or, in the case of other countries, with the appropriate authority for that country
A trademark or brand-name is a distinctive sign which identifies certain goods or services as those produced or provided by a specific person or enterprise The period of protection for a trademark varies, but can generally be renewed indefinitely
A word, phrase, slogan, design or symbol used to identify goods and distinguish them from competitive products Trademarks may be registered with the U S Patent and Trademark Office, and similar offices worldwide However, in the US and in other countries with legal systems based on English common law, trademark rights also accrue through common law usage See Service Mark
Icon, symbol, or brand name used to identify a specific manufacturer, product, or service
A distinctive name or symbol used to identify a product or company and build recognition Trademarks may be registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office
Any symbol (word, logo, etc ) used by a company to distinguish its goods/services from those offered by others
Protected by law, a registered symbol or device used exclusively by a single merchant or manufacturer on his goods to distinguish them from the goods made and sold by others
A trademark can be a word, name, symbol, device or any combination thereof which is used to identify and distinguish the goods or services of one company from goods or services of another In order to qualify as a trademark, the mark must be used in federally regulated commerce, and the mark must be distinctive In a nutshell, the distinctiveness requirement means that a mark cannot describe the underlying product, or if it does describe the product, the mark must have been used extensively enough in commerce to acquire a certain level of market recognition (i e secondary meaning) Moreover, some marks will not be protected as trademarks, even if they are well recognized by consumers as trademarks (forbidden marks)
trademark erosion
situation that occurs when a trademarked name becomes a generic name through constant use

While many companies object to the process of trademark erosion, there is little that can be done to prevent it.

trademark erosions
plural form of trademark erosion
Trademark Infringement
(Reklam) A trademark registration is infringed by the unauthorized use of the registered trademark, or of one that is confusingly similar to it, on the registered goods or services, or in certain circumstances on similar or dissimilar goods and services
trademark Ping-Pong
or (trademark) Ping-Pong Game similar to lawn tennis that is played on a tabletop with wooden paddles and a small, hollow, plastic ball. The object is to hit the ball so that it goes over the net and bounces on the opponent's half of the table in such a way as to defeat the opponent's attempt to reach and return it. Both singles and doubles games are played. A match consists of the best of three or the best of five games, each game being won by the player or team that first reaches 21 points. Invented in England in the early 20th century, it soon spread throughout the world. Since the mid-1950s, East Asian countries have dominated the sport. It has been an Olympic sport for both men and women since 1988
genericized trademark
A brand name or trademark of a successful product, that has come into general use to refer to the generic class of objects rather than the specific brand type, with the exclusive rights to said product being lost by the parent company, either due to legal action or inappropriate following of trademark law. Examples include Brassiere, Escalator, Touch-tone. Compare to proprietary eponym
registered trademark
A trademark that has been officially registered with the government by its owner. Indicated by the symbol ®
registered-trademark
Attributive form of registered trademark

registered-trademark status.

trademark.
TM
trademarked
Of or relating to a word, phrase, or logo that is used or registered as a trademark
trademarked
Simple past tense and past participle of trademark
Patent and Trademark Office
the US government department that decides which new inventions can be given a Patent (=the right to make and sell a new invention) . There is a similar department in the UK called the Patent Office
patent and trademark office database
the government bureau in the Department of Commerce that keeps a record of patents and trademarks and grants new ones
trademarked
(of goods and merchandise) labeled with proprietary (and legally registered) identification guaranteeing exclusive use; "trademarked goods
trademarked
past of trademark
trademarked
{s} marked with a manufacturer's symbol
trademarking
present participle of trademark
trademarks
According to the U S Patent and Trademark Office (PTO), "A trademark is a word, name, symbol or device which is used in trade with goods to indicate the source of the goods and to distinguish them from the goods of others Trademark rights may be used to prevent others from using a confusingly similar mark, but not to prevent others from making the same goods or from selling the same goods or services under a clearly different mark " Although trademark registration with the PTO is not required to establish trademark rights, registration is advantageous in the case of conflict Unlike patent and copyright protection, trademark rights can potentially be of unlimited duration, lasting as long as the mark is in use by its owner
trademarks
A distinctive symbol, slogan, logo, mark, emblem, stamp or device attached to or accompanying an article to indicate that it is manufactured, selected or sold by a particular person or company Can be registered •Intellectual Property
trademarks
plural of trademark
trademarks
A device (word, name, image) that identifies the origin or ownership of merchandise to which it is applied Trademarks are legally reserved to the exclusive use of the owner of the trademark
trademarks
third-person singular of trademark
trademarks
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