- adj. alternative spelling of eye-catching.
“Ok, so it is eyecatching which is an advertising win.”
“Bankable, an eyecatching fourth over an inadequate trip last time out, can also feature.”
“Kwarteng, a member of the transport select committee, believes in markets rather than integrated planning and demands road pricing on the eyecatching ground that tax-funded free roads represent the last gasp of "socialism".”
“One double bass player, eyecatching because of his boyish, infectious eagerness, turned out to be a Russian, Nikita Naumov, 24, a String Experience player a few seasons back.”
“Class Freightliner with eyecatching artwork that honors the fierce fighting spirit of America's veterans and its POWs and MIAs.”
“It's very eyecatching, and I know it's made me turn to the back cover.”
“Autre fois, mille mercis for this awesome blog and all the great anecdotes and eyecatching pix.”
“It's simply to be eyecatching to increase public awareness and to excite the already existing fanbase.”
“The idea of targeted advertising within location-based services is also gaining traction, and the proliferation of mobile apps, in which advertisers can place banners or more eyecatching rich media, has continued unabated.”
“Everyone is going to have an opinion on these, but I personally feel the package is eyecatching and well executed.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘eyecatching’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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