Definition of tag line in English:

tag line

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North American informal
A catchphrase or slogan, especially as used in advertising, or the punchline of a joke: struggling to save their marriage’ is a tabloid tag line that has become permanently affixed to the couple
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  • The National Thoroughbred Racing Association introduced a new advertising campaign with the tag line, ‘Who do you like today?’
  • McKinnon suggested a possible tag line: ‘He's been wrong for 32 years, he's wrong now.’
  • But occasionally a tag line is great, and it makes a difference.

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