distinctive trademark

Definition of "distinctive trademark"
  1. A level of trademark safeguard which rates brands based on their uniqueness or memorability; consisting mainly of coined, fanciful or suggestive terms that are remembered easily by consumers
How to use "distinctive trademark" in a sentence
  1. Penguin and Xerox are good examples of a distinctive trademark.
  2. The product achieved market popularity because of its distinctive trademark.
  3. Under law, a distinctive trademark gets maximum protection.

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