brand name

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English - Turkish
marka

Eğer iki çift marka ayakkabı alırsan indirim alırsın. - You get a discount if you buy two pairs of brand name shoes.

Mary pahalı marka kıyafetler giymek istemiyor. - Mary doesn't want to wear expensive brand name clothes.

(Avrupa Birliği) marka adı
(bir ürüne ait) özel ad, marka
(Ticaret) marka ismi
(Ticaret) marka adı
brand names
marka isimleri
brand-name
marka
brandname
markası
English - English
A trade name
(p 400) A word, letter, or group of words or letters that differentiates one seller's goods and services from those of competitors
A term, symbol, design or combination thereof that iden­tifies and differentiates a seller's products or service
The brand name of a product is the name the manufacturer gives it and under which it is sold. When it comes to soft drinks Coca-Cola is the biggest selling brand name in Britain. the name given to a product by the company that makes it = trade name
A word, letter, or group of words or letters that differentiates one seller's goods and services from those of competitors
The popular vernacular for a lingual trademark, typically used in conjunction with goods Thus, even though a brand name is always a trademark, a trademark is not always a brand name, since a trademark may be a sound, a color or product packaging, etc
Name used to distinguish one product from it's competitors It can apply to a single product, an entire product line, or even a company
a name given to a product or service
a word, letter, or a group of words or letters
A trademarked name of a product <top>
The word, group of words, letters, or numbers representing a brand that can be spoken
The protected and proprietary trademark of a manufacturer
The popular vernacular for a lingual trademark Since a trademark may also be a sound, a color or product packaging, etc, even though a brand name is always a trademark, a trademark is not always a brand name
(INCIDENT PROPERTY ITEM)
A term, symbol, design or combination thereof that identifies and differentiates a seller's products or service
A name or symbol used to identify a seller's goods or services, and to differentiate them from those of competitors Because a brand identifies a product's or service's source, thus protecting against competitors who may attempt to market similar goods or services, companies have an incentive to invest in the quality, consistency, and imagery of their brand Branding dates back to ancient times, when names or marks appeared on such goods as bricks, pots, ointments and metals In medieval Europe, trade guilds used brands to provide quality assurance for customers and legal protection for manufacturers
name by which a certain brand or make of commodity is known
Used for the identification of goods or services Can be a name, term, sign or symbol A well managed brand should uphold certain values and beliefs
Words, letters, or symbols that make up a name used to identify and distinguish the firm’s offerings from those of its competitors
That part of a brand that can be spoken: letters, numbers, or words The term trademark covers all forms of brand (name, mark, etc ), but brand name is the form most often meant when trademark is used (See brand and trademark )
That part of a brand that can be spoken, including letters, words and numbers p 270
brand names
plural form of brand name
brand-name
Alternative spelling of brand name
name brand
A product having such a mark or name
name brand
A trademark, or a distinctive name for a brand, or for a range of products by a single manufacturer
brand-name drug
a drug that has a trade name and is protected by a patent (can be produced and sold only by the company holding the patent)
name brand
commercial name, unique name used for a particular manufacturer's version of a product (ex: NIKE sneakers, REEBOK sneakers, etc.)
name brand
a popular and well-known product name
brand name

    Turkish pronunciation

    bränd neym

    Pronunciation

    /ˈbrand ˈnām/ /ˈbrænd ˈneɪm/

    Etymology

    [ 'brand ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, torch, sword, from Old English; akin to Old English bærnan to burn.

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