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Cliché is an expression used to denote overused items.
“Cliché” may refer to:
- Stereotype printing, the original sense of "cliché", coming from the sound when the matrix is dropped into molten metal to make a printing plate.
- Cliché forgery, counterfeit coin (a subtype of fourrée) produced using a genuine coin to impress a design into silver foil
- Cliché verre, combination of art and photography
- Cliché Skateboards, skateboard company based in Lyon, France
- Cliché Magazine, digital magazine, based in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, that covers such topics as fashion, music, culture, and entertainment
- Cliché, BBC radio comedy sketch show followed by the more well-known Son of Cliché
- Cliché (album), 2005 synthpop album by Melotron
- Son Of Cliché, BBC radio comedy sketch show
- Cliché Hot, debut album by Canadian hip hop group Radio Radio
- "Cliche (Hush Hush)", song by Alexandra Stan
- "Cliché Love Song", 2014 song by Danish singer Basim
- "Paperback Cliché", 2005 song by Irish singer Tara Blaise
- Morris, William and Mary (eds); entry for “cliché”, American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (1975).
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