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by Anna Farkas

Author: Anna Farkas
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 9, 2003)
Pages: 368 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
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Series: Oxford Quick Reference. Paperback: 368 pages. Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 9, 2003).

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Anna Farkas is an American citizen who has lived in the UK for over 10 years. Series: The Oxford Reference Collection. Hardcover: 368 pages. Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 22, 2018).

The Oxford Reference Collection. Over 800 of our best-loved catchphrases. Features classic catchphrases - 'make love, not war'; 'if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen' - as well as more modern entries from 'resistance is futile' and 'fabulous, sweetie' to 'show me the money!'

The Oxford Reference Collection. Features classic catchphrases - 'make love, not war'; 'if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen' - as well as more modern entries from 'resistance is futile' and 'fabulous, sweetie' to 'show me the money!' Includes coverage of both UK and American catchphrases, from a wide variety of media. Source index and information sections allow readers to look up catchphrases from particular shows, films, or books

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Dictionaries & Dictionary Books. A catchphrase is a set of words that have come to be associated, over time and through repeated usage, with a particular individual or group, or maybe an event

Dictionaries & Dictionary Books. Dialect, Slang & Jargon. Dictionaries Of Quotations. A catchphrase is a set of words that have come to be associated, over time and through repeated usage, with a particular individual or group, or maybe an event. The volume includes coverage of both UK and US catchphrases, from a wide variety of media.

Catchphrases Compiled by Anna Farkas. Oxford university press. Ltd, Contents Introduction. The Oxford Dictionary of Catchphrases

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Have you ever considered how a single line from a movie or a television advertisement spreads to become a ubiquitously popular expression? Do you know the origin of such phrases as "keeping up with the Joneses" and "a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do"? Are you often stumped when trying to remember the source of a line from a movie or an advertising slogan? The Oxford Dictionary of Catchphrases is the answer to the frequently asked questions "What's that from?" and "Who said that?" and offers a lively exploration of the history and usage of these common and timeless expressions. From "you talkin' to me?" to "melts in your mouth, not in your hand" to "see you later, alligator," this entertaining book provides a comprehensive selection of our best-loved catchphrases, paying homage to the human nature of adopting a common bond through language. A special Source Information section gives a background description of the shows, films, or books that are cited often, and a Source Index allows readers to look up entries from a particular source. With the most up-to-date entries, The Oxford Dictionary of Catchphrases offers an intriguing and fun tour of common language and is ideal for armchair linguists as well as all film, television, and popular culture junkies.