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name-brand

[neym-brand] /ˈneɪmˌbrænd/
adjective
1.
brand-name (def 1).
noun
2.
brand name (def 2).
Origin
1940-1945
1940-45
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  • Not all appearances of name-brand items in movies result from product placement.
  • The survey results also indicate that the vast majority of colleges use name-brand student-lending software.
  • Don't forget the name-brand toilet paper, the umbrella, the playing cards.
  • They're easy to recognize by their name-brand sneakers and identical baseball caps.
  • Not all appearances of name-brand items in movies result from product placement.
  • If you're willing to set aside special effects or name-brand actors, the costs of making a film have gone way down.
  • In the cruise industry's effort to float your boat, nearly a dozen vessels from name-brand lines will be christened this year.
  • Finally, he would have the coolest pair of name-brand shoes on the planet.

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