Definición de cliché en inglés:

cliché

Saltos de línea: cli¦ché
Pronunciación: /ˈkliːʃeɪ
 
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(also cliche)

sustantivo

1A phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought: that old cliché ‘a woman’s place is in the home’ the usual worn-out clichés about the English [mass noun]: a mixture of good humour, innuendo, and cliché
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the same way that an overused phrase inevitably becomes a cliche, a recurring joke sooner or later loses impact.
  • You have written a cliche, a worn-out metaphor.
  • And considering the lack of standard rap clichés on their demo and their seeming indifference to the mainstream, it may take awhile for the Blender to find their constituency.
Sinónimos
platitude, hackneyed phrase, commonplace, banality, truism, trite phrase, banal phrase, overworked phrase, stock phrase, bromide;
expression, phrase, formula
informal old chestnut
1.1A very predictable or unoriginal thing or person: each building is a mishmash of tired clichés you’re a walking cliché
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • LXG does not rise above the mediocre, diving headfirst into tired clichés and boring stunt work, made more annoying by the brutal dialogue.
  • But Bloodwork is all tired clichés and half-baked serial killers and generic shots of Clint standing in rooms or on his boat.
  • Even now, when castaways and sunken ships are tired Hollywood clichés, the Life of Pi is refreshingly original.
2 Printing , chiefly British A stereotype or electrotype.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Both genres, so formulaic, overdetermined by clichés and stereotypes, are eminently accessible for parody.
  • I applaud the author for avoiding the first time novelist's trap of resorting to cliches and stereotyping.
  • Yes, modern woman is here in all her many stereotypes, although who is to say that cliches may not sometimes be true.

Origen

mid 19th century: French, past participle (used as a noun) of clicher 'to stereotype'.

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