Translation of brand name in Spanish:

brand name

marca, n.

See Spanish definition of marca


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    marca feminine
    brand name products productos de marca
    • They have a bigger co-pay for the brand-name product, and a still higher co-pay for the most expensive drug.
    • Companies will continue to advertise their brand-name products to the hilt.
    • Not one was a brand-name drug produced by a big pharmaceutical company!
    • But brand-name products are more and more likely to make less and less subtle cameos in both TV and film.
    • As soon as the patent on an expensive brand-name drug expires, the generics come onto the market.
    • For start-ups, landing a major brand-name customer is one of the biggest coups there is.
    • Generic competition is hurting its brand-name antidepressant and slowing sales of its other big medicines.
    • While brand-name firms carry some cachet, it's seldom worth the added cost.
    • Mostly, though, I chose new models from brand-name makers, either the cheapest model in their line or the next step up.
    • Some brand-name computers have a proprietary power supply design, although most can take an off-the-shelf
    • The fact is that there is a fairly decent chance that the brand-name drug you see in a magazine or on television is just a copy of an older drug that has an expired copyright.
    • A generic drug is identical in chemical makeup to the brand-name version of the drug.
    • So what I'm asking is, are generics truly equivalent to the brand-name drugs?
    • Most states permit him or her to substitute the generic version of a brand-name drug.
    • Purchasing brand-name jewelry off the street can be very tricky.
    • Exclusion of generics will help consolidate the brand-name cartel and result in substantial waste of fund resources.
    • How do you improve on a brand-name blockbuster franchise?
    • In fact, many are licensed producers of brand-name goods that simply run an extra, unauthorized shift and sell out the back door.
    • The FDA insists generic drugs are just like their brand-name counterparts.
    • Whether these are real products - or simply names to fool would-be brand-name hunters - isn't clear.