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Quiz 1 - Trademarks A-Z

Can you name:

The current or former trademarked brand names, that have entered everyday language?

Answers below

A

Painkiller, believed to prevent heart attacks

 

B

Adhesive bandage, used colloquially in parts of North America

 

C

Plastic wrap, used to keep food fresh

 

D

Sound recorder, primarily for later transcription

 

E

A transport device for carrying people between floors of a building

 

F

Toy, usually thrown back and forth

 

G

Internet search-engine

 

H

Vacuum cleaner brandname, used as if generic in UK and Ireland

 

I

Digital music player

 

J

Hot tub or whirlpool bath

 

K

Tissue paper, used as if generic in part of North America

 

L

Floor covering, perhaps the first brand to become a generic term

 

M

Small toy car

 

N

Chocolate/hazelnut-flavored spread

 

O

All-in-one infant bodysuit

 

P

Table tennis

 

Q

Cotton swabs or buds

 

R

Inline skates

 

S

Tightly fitting swimming briefs

 

T

Asphalt road surface, used colloquially in UK and Ireland

 

U

Vehicle, used when moving house, common term in North America

 

V

Magnetic medium used to record images and/or sound

 

W

Portable cassette player, now more or less superseded by digital music players

 

X

Photocopier or a photocopy

 

Y

Manual spinning toy

 

Z

Fastener, found on clothing, luggage and other items

 

 

 

A

Painkiller, believed to prevent heart attacks

Aspirin

B

Adhesive bandage, used colloquially in parts of North America

Band-Aid

C

Plastic wrap, used to keep food fresh

Cellophane /Cling Film

D

Sound recorder, primarily for later transcription

Dictaphone

E

A transport device for carrying people between floors of a building

Escalator

F

Toy, usually thrown back and forth

Frisbee

G

Internet search-engine

Google

H

Vacuum cleaner brandname, used as if generic in UK and Ireland

Hoover

I

Digital music player

iPod

J

Hot tub or whirlpool bath

Jacuzzi

K

Tissue paper, used as if generic in part of North America

Kleenex

L

Floor covering, perhaps the first brand to become a generic term

Linoleum

M

Small toy car

Matchbox

N

Chocolate/hazelnut-flavored spread

Nutella

O

All-in-one infant bodysuit

Onesies

P

Table tennis

Ping Pong

Q

Cotton swabs or buds

Q-Tips

R

Inline skates

Rollerblades

S

Tightly fitting swimming briefs

Speedo

T

Asphalt road surface, used colloquially in UK and Ireland

Tarmac

U

Vehicle, used when moving house, common term in North America

U-Haul

V

Magnetic medium used to record images and/or sound

Videotape

W

Portable cassette player, now more or less superseded by digital music players

Walkman

X

Photocopier or a photocopy

Xerox

Y

Manual spinning toy

Yo-Yo

Z

Fastener, found on clothing, luggage and other items

Zipper

 

 

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