Definition of eye-catcher in English:

eye-catcher

noun

  • See eye-catching

    • ‘Why not go into the garden today and see where you could introduce some eye-catchers of your own?’
    • ‘The huge showy double and semi-double flowers are real eye-catchers - many of them grow to more than three inches across.’
    • ‘The champion had to pull out all the stops in the quarter final coming through 21-20 against one of the day's eye-catchers, John Newton of Bolton.’
    • ‘The Market Square was also an attractive site and the newly renovated hotel and Black's Coffee shop just opposite were real eye-catchers.’
    • ‘Amongst the innovations here are polka dots, numbers and stars; little eye-catchers attracting attention like decorative and practical mesh features, Velcro fasteners and cord stoppers.’