Bianca:Look at this logo I designed for our new line of products.
Vien:That's really nice, but it looks a lot like our competitor's logo. In fact, it's almost identical.
维恩：真是太好了，但是它跟我们竞争对手的商标看起来太像了 。事实上，是完全一样的 。
Bianca:No, it's not. The color is a different shade of green, the graphic is smaller, and instead of a picture of a woman, I'm using a picture of a man. They're nothing alike.
比安卡：不，才不是呢 。我的设计中绿颜色的灰度有所不同，图像也小一号，还有我用的是男子的图片，而不是女子的图片 。它们一点也不像 。
Vien:That's not what most people would say. Looking at your logo and our competitor's logo side by side, I'd say this was a clear case of trademark infringement.
维恩：恐怕大多数人不这么认为 。你一点点地对比我们两家的商标，我不得不说这是一例典型的商标侵权案 。
Bianca:Okay, to be honest, I purposely made them look a little alike so that customers will associate our products with their brand. So what? I don't think that's a big deal.
比安卡：好吧，说实话，我的确故意让咱们的商标看起来和他们的相似，这样消费者看到我们的产品就会联想到他们的品牌 。这又怎么样？我不觉得有什么大不了 。
Vien:Our competitor has exclusive rights to use its logo. If ours is too similar, the trademark registry and the courts are going to nail us.
维恩：我们的竞争对手拥有这个商标的专有权 。如果我们的商标与它太相似，商标注册局和法院就会惩罚我们 。
Bianca:So what do you want me to do?
Vien:Go back to the drawing board—literally!
go back to the drawing board:
to return to the planning stage, so that a failed project can be planned again; to start something again because the previous attempt failed;
The drawing board is the place where a designer begins with an idea and builds it into a plan. The idiom sometimes used without go;
1. When we thought we were finished, he sent us back to the drawing board and asked us to completely redo it.
2. Researchers went back to the drawing board to find where they went wrong.
1. Which word is the antonym of identical?
2. If a company logo is registered what right does it have?
B. exclusive right
C. human right
A B A