Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Franchise"

The meaning of "Franchise" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does franchise feed mean?
A: Oh, ok. Yes the meaning is very different. The speaker is referring to fast food restaurants as "feed troughs" That is a container used to feed livestock like cows and pigs. This means the speaker has a low opinion of both the restaurant and the people eating there.
Q: What does franchise mean?
A: It’s a big company
Q: What does franchise, for example Halo franchise? mean?
A: "Franchise" is a business chain based on a particular product or cultural icon.
"The Halo franchise includes the games, shirts, and other merchandise."
Q: What does a franchise mean?
A: eg. you have opened a franchise store, this store does not belong to you but you working as it is yours, your income is close to zero, finally you gone for bankruptcy, or something like that
Q: What does the franchises of in house big conglomerate companies mean?
A: can you give some more context?

Example sentences using "Franchise"

Q: Please show me example sentences with franchise.
A: There are a lot of businesses available for franchise.

A franchise is a common way of promoting your business by selling branding rights to other business owners.

He owns a franchise of McDonald's.

Owning a KFC franchise is difficult and expensive.
Q: Please show me example sentences with franchise .
A: In this sense, a film franchise is a huge series or group of films that usually have multiple parts. So Star Trek and Marvel are both film franchises.
Q: Please show me example sentences with franchise.
A: "The legend of zelda: Skyward sword is the best in the franchise"

"I love this franchise."

"This franchise used to be good, but the new movie ruined it."

Synonyms of "Franchise" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between franchise and branches ?
A: "The McDonald's franchise owns branches is countries like Japan, Spain, and India."

The franchise is the whole company. Branches are the different stores/restaurants that company has.

Translations of "Franchise"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? franchise, anonymous, Venice
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? franchise
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? franchising
A: Same word In English too. "Franchise "
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? franchise
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Other questions about "Franchise"

Q: What does "franchise" in this context mean?
What does "in a similar way, for a title that represents not a bookend so much as an ellipsis." mean?

The Patriots commemorated the anniversary by securing another championship against the same franchise, in a similar way, for a title that represents not a bookend so much as an ellipsis.
A: Thank you very much!
Q: To expand Korean franchise market to overseas, I worked with the Korean franchise company to participate the ‘China Service Market Big Bang’ exhibition which was sponsored by KOTRA. For their B2B meetings, my tasks were making company’s brochure, company introduction presentation to foreign buyers, and planning a marketing strategy. After the B2B meeting, Café de coral, one of the biggest franchise business in Hong Kong came visit the store and show positive response. I guided him for tour the store and now the company is having active interactions for further business. does this sound natural?
A: * I guided him for a tour in the store
Q: What does franchise mean if you are talking about basketball
And what does it mean if you are talking about video games
A: Franchise in basketball refers to a brand, like the LA Lakers. The team changes over the years, but the team name stays the same.

For video games, franchise refers to a series of games. For example, the Metal Gear franchise includes many games.
Q: What does (franchise starter) mean in the 2nd paragraph?

A rumor that’s swirled around the 1982 supernatural horror classic (and effective clown-based emotional trauma delivery mechanism) Poltergeist for ages appears to have been confirmed as genuine fact in 2017.

Wish Upon director John Leonetti gave a first-hand account of what went down on the set of the Reagan era franchise starter when he popped by the Blumhouse podcast Shock Waves. His brother Matt Leonetti was the Director of Photography on the original film and John was also behind the scenes in a first assistant cameraman role. That background led to being flat out asked on the podcast who “really” directed Poltergeist. Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chains Saw Massacre, Lifeforce) is listed as the person that helmed the film, but the style of the movie has fostered suspicions that Poltergeist producer/writer Steven Spielberg was who was really in control. Leonetti was happy to reflect on his time on the set and share his insight.
A: It is another way of saying it is the first movie in the series.
Q: That franchise has a lot of stores nationwide. does this sound natural?
A: You can sound more intellectual by saying "locations" instead of "stores".

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