Jingle

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Definition

a jingle: a tinkling sound; a catchy advertising tune
noun

a closing jingle: a short melody which comes at the end of a show or advertisement
noun

Examples

  • "A jingle, no longer than 30 seconds long, to accompany television and radio ads for Outback Cologne."
  • "Thanks again to all those who auditioned a jingle for the new Delavigne radio ads."
  • "Edward : Well, Mr. Ripley, it took me about 23 hours and 59 minutes, but I think I've got a jingle for Outback Cologne that might just work."
  • "Subject: Open auditions for jingle"
  • "Bruno : Edward has written a new jingle for TigerLily."
  • "Philip, we won't be using that jingle."
  • "Jingle will be used for a 30-second radio spot."
  • "Good luck with the jingle, mate!"
  • "Subject: Jingle guidelines for Outback Cologne Rebranding"
  • "Jingle : Radio Rhubarb!"

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