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word of sth. spread

 

Definition (British English)

word, of, spread
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

word, of, spread
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word, of, spread
Merriam Webster

Etymology

word, of, spread
Online Etymology Dictionary
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etw. sprach sich herum

 

Definition:

sprechen, sich, herum
DWDS

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sprach ausbildungLast post 19 Oct 09, 13:08
hihi.... hab ja gesehen das ihr alle gerne und viel weiter helft... mich interessiert was ih…21 Replies
by word of mouth - mündlichLast post 17 Dec 09, 19:15
Noun 1. word of mouth - gossip spread by spoken communication; "the news of their affair was…6 Replies
word of the dayLast post 24 Dec 12, 21:32
I subscribe to the Word of the Day email from Dictionary.com. Here are some of the recent wo…2 Replies
word-of-mouth advertising - Mund-zu-Mund PropagandaLast post 29 Aug 05, 15:40
Mal abgesehen von der Diskussion über Mund-zu-Mund vs. Mundpropaganda... "promotion" ist dem…1 Replies
word of vs word fromLast post 01 Jun 10, 15:35
For my thesis, I start with a citation from a speech, then would like to go on to say, "thes…10 Replies
spread - AufstrichLast post 16 Jul 06, 11:16
Auf|strich [m. 1] 1 etwas Aufgestrichenes (Farb~) oder etwas, was aufgestrichen werden kann …5 Replies
use of the word RETARD as swear wordLast post 18 Sep 09, 09:23
Hi, I read a very moving speech on the net, offered to translate it into German, and am stuc…65 Replies
fluency - flüssiges sprechenLast post 28 Jun 12, 18:34
in the translation of "sprechen" in the "additional matches" section the translation of "flu…6 Replies
to spread the word - etwas herumerzählen / bekanntmachenLast post 14 Dec 18, 22:05
kann man das so sagen8 Replies
control word - ZeitwortLast post 16 May 07, 20:42
Das ist so falsch, da bräuchte es Quellen, um das alte zu bestätigen. Spaß beiseite, ist wo…3 Replies
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