#45101. Asked by DogRL. (Mar 10 04 7:18 AM)
a cliche is a trite phrase or expression.
Mar 10 04, 7:55 AM
it's actually a printing term, referring to electrotype copies of something that can be fastened together in a printing frame to give multiple copies in a sheet. Not much done nowadays, with all the computerisation and lithographing. But hence the meaning of something repeated over and over
Mar 11 04, 6:41 AM
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