How to write & spell Cliche
Cliche is from French cliché. The accent is optional in English, but in France you must always put the é at the end, because cliche does not means anything in French—nor in English, for that matter. As to what the word means either way, the origins are uncertain or forgotten.
Origin and meaning of Cliche
The English often write cliche but always say it the
French way, that is, cleeshey.
Here is a breakdown of the word so
you’ll never be in doubt again.
This spelling of cliche-cliché will
work anywhere for you, however you write the word.
Club version sample
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