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Definition of "trade-mark" [trade•-mark]

  • A peculiar distinguishing mark or device affixed by a manufacturer or a merchant to his goods, the exclusive right of using which is recognized by law. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "trade-mark" in a sentence
  • "From the time you enter, the design of Bochsler is obvious, from the trade-mark use of voids and changing volumes to the expansive use of glass and water features."
  • "To that end, I want to discuss the following examples: paralegals; student legal aid lawyers; social benefit advocates; patent agents and trade-mark agents; real estate agents and financial professionals; and,"
  • "Then again, those Canadian brewers are at it again with their trade-mark litigation!"