Definition of 'slogan'
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This was followed by a short quiz to see which fire safety slogans we could remember. TUNNEL VISIONS: Journeys of an Underground Philosopher (2001)Twitter users trying to log on were directed instead to a page of political slogans. The Sun (2009)Where will the new slogans and tactics come from? Times, Sunday Times (2006)There is no need for politicians to venture into fiction to find awful political slogans. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their most profound need now is not a new leader but some new and memorable slogans. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Both sides evoke optimism with their campaign slogans. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The most effective political slogans are often the shortest. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now there are new slogans to live by. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Nor has he changed his signature political slogan. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Cities and counties hoping to reinvent themselves or boost their brand may reach straight for a new slogan. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Could this be their new slogan? Times, Sunday Times (2008)You know that recruitment campaign with the slogan that says 99.9 per cent need not apply? Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is not a political slogan, it is our economic judgment. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Sounds like they'll need a new slogan. The Sun (2006)How long will it be before the use of public money to fund particular party advertising slogans is up before the court or the regulator? Times, Sunday Times (2012)I already have a campaign slogan, by the way. Times, Sunday Times (2015)HAVE you heard the new campaign slogan for Labour? The Sun (2009)That's not an election slogan you would expect from the Tories. The Sun (2010)Protesters against internet snooping carried placards that tweaked his old election slogan to'Yes we scan'. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His election slogan was'f*** off'. The Sun (2013)The eye gets used to banners with party slogans or commercial images on advertising boards, regarding them simply as a backdrop, like the unavoidable noise of traffic. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)
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British English: slogan NOUN
A slogan is a short phrase that is easy to remember. Slogans are used in advertisements and by political parties and other organizations who want people to remember what they are saying or selling.
They could campaign on the slogan 'We'll take less of your money'.
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