arbitrary trademark


arbitrary trademark
пат., марк. произвольный товарный знак* (товарный знак, состоящий из слов, которые имеют реальное значение в данном языке, но не имеют отношения к продукту как таковому или каким-л. его свойствам; напр., Apple (яблоко) для компьютера или Camel (верблюд) для сигарет; при использовании такого товарного знака отсутствует прямая ассоциация знака с продуктом, что требует более интенсивного маркетинга для утверждения такой ассоциации в сознании потребителя)
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