Definition of 'catchy'
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These are catchy songs that are easy to sing along to. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And it is not just modern music put into the shade by catchy advertising songs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It has a soaring opening and the chorus is instantly catchy. The Sun (2013)DON'T waste time dreaming up poster designs or catchy new advertising gimmicks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)While modern tunes are often catchy they are anything but melodic. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And those songs almost invariably lead to a gloriously catchy chorus. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The super catchy tunes are the subject of a new study. The Sun (2012)The bad news was that only the new single Money sounded catchy enough to cross over. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Its production is exquisite and warm, and its songs both catchy and weighty. Christianity Today (2000)He is known for his oversized sunglasses and his songs' catchy choruses. The Sun (2012)COULD you come up with a catchy name for a ship? The Sun (2013)YOU hear a catchy phrase on the telly. The Sun (2008)I have a weakness for catchy pop songs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You cross two animals, think of a really catchy name and you sell it for a lot of money. The Sun (2014)The new music is catchy and classy, but many will want this for the timeless and comforting telly tunes. The Sun (2013)While many of the charities have been given more catchy names, they still have the aim of providing a support network for employees. Times, Sunday Times (2007)With catchy chorus and witty lyrics, it's set to be a hit. The Sun (2009)
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Used Occasionally. catchy is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'catchy'
British English: catchy ADJECTIVE
If you describe a tune, name, or advertisement as catchy, you mean that it is attractive and easy to remember.
The songs were both catchy and original.
Definition of catchy from the Collins English Dictionary
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