- n. A set of LEGO pieces.
- n. A LEGO piece.
- n. Something made from such pieces.
- From Lego (Wiktionary)
“Clone wars lego is turning out to be one of the best ranges of Star wars Lego than ever before!”
“He chose the name Lego from the Danish phrase leg godt, meaning "play well", unaware that, in Latin, lego means "I put together".”
“In the next ten years this type of effort will lead help build up the possible "lego" blocks to use in organism engineering.”
“You can add some pressure without the fear of the chain bursting. there is also a similar length chain that holds up a "lego" sign.”
“For something totally different from the above wander on down to PYO Gallery Beijing at the back of the art gallery complex, just by the large red 'lego' David sculpture.”
“Other vendors are working on "lego" hardware and software interfaces that allow consumers to customize how they use their handsets.”
“What VM's provide are a kind of lego building block that can be easily managed and adjusted with little or no effort.”
“Just because you liked legos as a kid and few "lego" themed games (that totally sucked) came out recently does not mean anything "lego" is cool.”
“yep, i'm a box with wheels kind of lego lady too. mike and sophia did a scale model of our house.”
“lego", though I am not sure I succeeded in combining it.”
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Brand Name Toys & Dolls
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Classic Children's Toys and Games and Amusements
Trademarks that have lost their character as indicators of source to become a general term for a product or service.
Only the ones used for eating.
Step #1: Pick a noun
Step #2: Add "World" after it
Step #4: Profit?
As far as I'm concerned, these should be pluralized
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