What is the difference between trademark and aol?

trademark | aol |


As a adjective trademark

is (informal) distinctive, characteristic, signature.

As a noun trademark

is a word, symbol, or phrase used to identify a particular company's product and differentiate it from other companies' products.

As a verb trademark

is to register something as a trademark.

trademark

Adjective

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  • (informal) distinctive, characteristic, signature
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    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A word, symbol, or phrase used to identify a particular company's product and differentiate it from other companies' products.
  • Any proprietary business, product or service name.
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  • See also

    * brand

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To register something as a trademark.
  • To so label a product.
  • Usage notes

    Among practitioners of trademark law, it is generally considered incorrect to use “trademark” as a verb; the preferred terminology would be to use'' a trademark or to ''register a trademark.

    aol

    English

    (wikipedia AOL)

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
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