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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcatchwordcatch‧word /ˈkætʃwɜːd $ -wɜːrd/ noun [countable]  WORD, PHRASE, OR SENTENCEa word or phrase that refers to a feature of a situation, product etc that is considered important Variety is the catchword at our latest venue, the Beehive Club.
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catchwordMuch was made of slogans and catchwords...Variety will be the catchword at the new venue, with acts ranging from stand-up comedy to poetry readings.Variety will be the catchword at the new venue, to be called the Beehive Variety Club.After World War II, the catchword for a newly health-conscious society was 'protein'.If, therefore, the catchword and first word do not agree, there is likely to be something wrong.
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