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  2. Dec 21,  · Definition of it's so cliche a cliché is actually a french word that means 'stereotype' so when you say "It's so cliché" you are saying that it is something that is overused (repeated by many people/ non-original).
  3. Cliché definition is - a trite phrase or expression; also: the idea expressed by it. How to use cliché in a sentence. What is the Difference Between cliché and stereotype?
  4. Origin of the Word Cliché. The word cliché has French origins, which is why you'll often see it with an accent over the "e," but you can also write it as "cliche" in printing presses were used, the cast iron plate that reproduced the words, phrases, or images was called a noise that casting plate made sounded like "cliché," meaning click, to French printers, so.
  5. A word referring to something that means 'overused' or ' unoriginal', but lately it's been used to define things as 'expected'.
  6. So Cliche! Overused Phrase List. completely/totally destroyed – destroyed. completely/totally engulfed – destroyed, most of (building etc) is burning. wreaked havoc – caused a scene, caused a mess. very professional – professional. manhunt – search for.
  7. Sep 14,  · Cliché definition: A cliché is an idea or phrase which has been used so much that it is no longer | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  8. Cliché Definition. Cliché refers to an expression that has been overused to the extent that it loses its original meaning or novelty. A cliché may also refer to actions and events that are predictable because of some previous events.

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