[ bˈɛtənˈə͡ʊn], [ bˈɛtənˈəʊn], [ b_ˈɛ_t_ə_n_ˈəʊ_n]
Related words: better known, better-known brands, more well-known, well-known brands, well-known brand names, well-known companies
How to use "Better-known" in context?
Better-known is a British classification of bands, artists and musicians whose work is more widely known and acclaimed than that of their lesser-known counterparts.
The term was coined in 2001 by music journalist Simon Reynolds, who described Pulp as a better-known band than the Cramps. The term has also been used to describe relatively unknown bands or artists who have attained a level of popularity greater than that of their peers.
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