What is another word for Patents?

Pronunciation: [pˈe͡ɪtənts] (IPA)

Patents are legal tools used to protect intellectual property. There are several synonyms that can be used to describe patents including, but not limited to, inventions, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and intellectual property rights. Each of these terms refers to a specific aspect of intellectual property protection. Inventions refer to new and unique discoveries or developments. Copyrights cover original works of authorship such as books, music, and other creative works. Trademarks protect symbols, names, and logos associated with a particular brand. Trade secrets refer to confidential information that gives a business a competitive advantage. Intellectual property rights collectively refer to all of these legal tools used to protect intellectual property.

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What are the hypernyms for Patents?

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Usage examples for Patents

The only way Bartlett would play ball was if he could buy the Gerex Corporation and get three-quarter interest in all the Patents.
Thomas Hoover
He'd started out in New York real estate, but for the last twenty years he had concentrated on buying up small, under- priced medical-device manufacturers with valuable Patents and weak bottom lines.
Thomas Hoover
Some of these lamps now made under recent Patents yield a light of dazzling brilliancy, and if well distributed would doubtless lure millions of insects to their death.
"Cacao Culture in the Philippines"
William S. Lyon

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