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  1. Cliché is today overwhelmingly encountered in reference to something hackneyed, such as an overly familiar or commonplace phrase, theme, or expression. Stereotype is most frequently now employed to refer to an often unfair and untrue belief that many people have .
  2. 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.
  3. The use of cliché as an adjective is alluring because English has borrowed some é-final adjectives from French participles, such as passé and recherché. Because the overwhelming use of cliché is as a noun, however, the English adjective was originally formed directly from that noun by adding -d, the same process that gives us words such as barefaced, single-spaced, and fated.
  4. A cliché is an expression, idea, or action that has been overused to the point of seeming worn out, stale, ineffective, or meaningless. It especially refers to common phrases and elements of art, such as a .
  5. cliché definition: 1. a saying or remark that is very often made and is therefore not original and not interesting. Learn more.
  6. 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 English. When printing presses were used, the cast iron plate that reproduced the words, phrases, or images was called a stereotype.
  7. cliché translate: 陈词滥调,老生常谈,老套的话. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese simplified Dictionary.
  8. A that’s all we were, Dbm7 a silly cliché Dbm7 Cm7 D6 i still think you’re cute E7 but maybe it’s better this way A bah duh dum Dbm7 bah duh dum Dbm7 Cm7 D6 E7 bah duh duh duh duh dum A that’s okay Dbm7 we’re just a little cliché Dbm7 Cm7 D6 E7 a little cliche A but that’s okay! 8. This arrangement for the song is the author.
  9. What is a cliché? Clichés are expressions that either have a general meaning or have “lost their meaning” over time. These overused phrases do not provide a specific meaning or image. You are probably familiar with many of them, although you might find it difficult to pinpoint their exact definition.

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