brand name

brand name
noun
a name given to a product or service
Syn: ↑trade name, ↑brand, ↑marque
Members of this Usage Domain:
Sectral (for: ↑trade name), ↑Xanax (for: ↑trade name), ↑SK-Ampicillin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Polycillin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Principen (for: ↑trade name), ↑Inocor (for: ↑trade name), ↑St. Joseph (for: ↑trade name), ↑Empirin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Bayer (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ultracef (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cefobid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Claforan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tazicef (for: ↑trade name), ↑Fortaz (for: ↑trade name), ↑Rocephin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Celebrex (for: ↑trade name), ↑Keftab (for: ↑trade name), ↑Keflin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Keflex (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mefoxin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Baycol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Leukeran (for: ↑trade name), ↑Libritabs (for: ↑trade name), ↑Librium (for: ↑trade name), ↑Diuril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Chlor-Trimeton (for: ↑trade name), ↑Coricidin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Thorazine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Aureomycin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tagamet (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cipro (for: ↑trade name), ↑Atromid-S (for: ↑trade name), ↑Clomid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Catapres (for: ↑trade name), ↑Plavix (for: ↑trade name), ↑Flexeril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Periactin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Declomycin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dexedrine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Valium (for: ↑trade name), ↑Hyperstat (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cataflam (for: ↑trade name), ↑Voltaren (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dynapen (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dolobid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lanoxin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cardizem (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dramamine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dilantin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Antabuse (for: ↑trade name), ↑Vasotec (for: ↑trade name), ↑Enkaid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ethrane (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pediamycin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ilosone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ethril (for: ↑trade name), ↑E-Mycin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Erythrocin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Brevibloc (for: ↑trade name), ↑ProSom (for: ↑trade name), ↑Enbrel (for: ↑trade name), ↑Edecrin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Placidyl (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zarontin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Emeside (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lodine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pepcid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Magic Marker (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nalfon (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tambocor (for: ↑trade name), ↑Sarafem (for: ↑trade name), ↑Prozac (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dalmane (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ansaid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lescol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lasix (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lopid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Garamycin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Glucotrol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Doriden (for: ↑trade name), ↑Micronase (for: ↑trade name), ↑DiaBeta (for: ↑trade name), ↑Fulvicin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Wytensin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Haldol (for: ↑trade name), ↑HydroDIURIL (for: ↑trade name), ↑Esidrix (for: ↑trade name), ↑Microzide (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dilaudid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Plaquenil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Vistaril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Atarax (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nuprin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Motrin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Advil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tofranil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Imavate (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lozal (for: ↑trade name), ↑Indocin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Remicade (for: ↑trade name), ↑Atrovent (for: ↑trade name), ↑Marplan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nydrazid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Isuprel (for: ↑trade name), ↑Isordil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Sporanox (for: ↑trade name), ↑Kantrex (for: ↑trade name), ↑Oruvail (for: ↑trade name), ↑Orudis KT (for: ↑trade name), ↑Orudis (for: ↑trade name), ↑Torodal (for: ↑trade name), ↑Toradol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Acular (for: ↑trade name), ↑Kinetoscope, ↑Arava (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lorfan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lidocaine, ↑Xylocaine, ↑Lincocin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zestril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Prinival (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ativan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mevacor (for: ↑trade name), ↑Loxitane (for: ↑trade name), ↑Osmitrol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Antivert (for: ↑trade name), ↑Meclomen (for: ↑trade name), ↑Alkeran (for: ↑trade name), ↑Demerol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mesantoin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mebaral (for: ↑trade name), ↑Meprin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Equanil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Miltown (for: ↑trade name), ↑Purinethol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Alupent (for: ↑trade name), ↑Glucophage (for: ↑trade name), ↑Quaalude (for: ↑trade name), ↑Gemonil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Urex (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mandelamine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Robaxin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Aldomet (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ritalin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Flagyl (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mexitil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Monistat (for: ↑trade name), ↑Versed (for: ↑trade name), ↑Argyrol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Minocin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mithracin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mutamycin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Moban (for: ↑trade name), ↑Relafen (for: ↑trade name), ↑Corgard (for: ↑trade name), ↑Narcan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Sudafed (for: ↑trade name), ↑Privine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Naprosyn (for: ↑trade name), ↑Serzone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Neobiotic (for: ↑trade name), ↑Prostigmin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Procardia (for: ↑trade name), ↑Macrodantin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pamelor (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nystan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mycostatin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Norflex (for: ↑trade name), ↑Daypro (for: ↑trade name), ↑Serax (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tandearil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Daricon (for: ↑trade name), ↑Kavrin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Paxil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cuprimine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ledercillin VK (for: ↑trade name), ↑Peritrate (for: ↑trade name), ↑Talwin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nembutal (for: ↑trade name), ↑Trental (for: ↑trade name), ↑Triavil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pyridium (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nardil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Milontin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Vasomax (for: ↑trade name), ↑Butazolidin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Visken (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pipracil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Feldene (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pneumovax (for: ↑trade name), ↑Polaroid, ↑Polaroid Land camera (for: ↑trade name), ↑Polaroid camera (for: ↑trade name), ↑Acrilan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pravachol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Minipress (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mysoline (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ethocaine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Novocain (for: ↑trade name), ↑Kemadrin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Phenergan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Inderal (for: ↑trade name), ↑Darvon (for: ↑trade name), ↑Atabrine (for: ↑trade name), ↑Quinora (for: ↑trade name), ↑Quinidex (for: ↑trade name), ↑Altace (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zantac (for: ↑trade name), ↑Serpasil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Sandril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Rau-Sed (for: ↑trade name), ↑Raudixin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Virazole (for: ↑trade name), ↑Rimactane (for: ↑trade name), ↑Rifadin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Vioxx (for: ↑trade name), ↑Kotex (for: ↑trade name), ↑Saran Wrap (for: ↑trade name), ↑Seconal (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zoloft (for: ↑trade name), ↑Viagra (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zocor (for: ↑trade name), ↑Carafate (for: ↑trade name), ↑Sulamyd (for: ↑trade name), ↑Gantrisin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Clinoril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cialis (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tampax, ↑Restoril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Hytrin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lamisil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Achromycin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Theobid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Slo-Bid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Elixophyllin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Merthiolate (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pentothal (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mellaril (for: ↑trade name), ↑Navane (for: ↑trade name), ↑Blocadren (for: ↑trade name), ↑Activase (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nebcin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tonocard (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tolinase (for: ↑trade name), ↑Orinase (for: ↑trade name), ↑Tolectin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Mavik (for: ↑trade name), ↑Desyrel (for: ↑trade name), ↑Halcion (for: ↑trade name), ↑Naqua (for: ↑trade name), ↑Depokene (for: ↑trade name), ↑Vancocin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Isoptin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Calan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Velban (for: ↑trade name), ↑Oncovin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zimmer frame (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zimmer (for: ↑trade name), ↑Coumadin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Zamboni (for: ↑trade name), ↑Adrenalin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Humulin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pitocin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pitressin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Larodopa (for: ↑trade name), ↑Brocadopa (for: ↑trade name), ↑Bendopa (for: ↑trade name), ↑Ergotrate Maleate (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lipo-Lutin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Norlutin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Provera (for: ↑trade name), ↑Kabolin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Durabolin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Estronol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cortef (for: ↑trade name), ↑Hydrocortone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Cortone Acetate (for: ↑trade name), ↑Prelone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Pediapred (for: ↑trade name), ↑Meticorten (for: ↑trade name), ↑Liquid Pred (for: ↑trade name), ↑Deltasone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Orasone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Oradexon (for: ↑trade name), ↑Hexadrol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dexone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dexamethasone Intensol (for: ↑trade name), ↑Decadron (for: ↑trade name), ↑Aldactone (for: ↑trade name), ↑Prevacid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Prilosec (for: ↑trade name), ↑Intropin (for: ↑trade name), ↑Dopastat (for: ↑trade name), ↑Flaxedil (for: ↑trade name), ↑potassium chloride, ↑potassium muriate, ↑potash muriate, ↑K-Dur 20, ↑Kaochlor, ↑K-lor, ↑Klorvess, ↑K-lyte, ↑Nitrostat (for: ↑trade name), ↑Nitrospan (for: ↑trade name), ↑Hyazyme (for: ↑trade name), ↑Lactaid (for: ↑trade name), ↑Agene (for: ↑trade name), ↑Simoniz, ↑Hemofil (for: ↑trade name), ↑Kenalog (for: ↑trade name), ↑Aristopak (for: ↑trade name), ↑Aristocort (for: ↑trade name)
Hypernyms: ↑name
Hyponyms: ↑label, ↑recording label

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1. a word, name, symbol, etc., esp. one legally registered as a trademark, used by a manufacturer or merchant to identify its products distinctively from others of the same type and usually prominently displayed on its goods, in advertising, etc.
2. a product, line of products, or service bearing a widely known brand name.
3. Informal. a person who is notable or famous, esp. in a particular field: The reception was replete with brand names from politics and the arts.
[1920-25]

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brand name noun
A tradename identifying a particular manufacturer's products
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Main Entry:brand

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brand name UK US noun [countable] [singular brand name plural brand names]
the name that a company chooses for its particular brand of product 1
Thesaurus: products and groups of productshyponym
See also: trademark

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brand name,
1. a brand or trademark; trade name.
2. a product bearing a trade name.
brand-name «brand naym» adjective.
1. associated with a recognized company, trademark, or brand name: »

Brand-name pet foods can cost much more than the generic cans.

2. well-known and highly reputed: »

Gauguin and Monet were only two of the brand-name artists in the exhibit.

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n. a name given by the maker to a product or range of products, esp. a trademark
a familiar or widely known name: [as adj.]

younger writers who clamber toward brand-name status

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noun, pl ⋯ names [count]
: a name that is given to a product by the company that produces or sells it

The drug is sold under several brand names.

a trusted brand name

— compare name brand

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ˈbrand name [brand name] (also ˈtrade name) noun
the name given to a product by the company that produces it
See also:trade name

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