pseudo- Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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uk   /sjuː.dəʊ/  us   /suː.doʊ/ disapproving
pretended and not real: pseudo-religious a pseudo-intellectual
Translations of “pseudo-”
in Vietnamese tiếp đầu ngữ “giả”…
in Spanish Pseudo-…
in Thai เทียม…
in Malaysian pesudo…
in Indonesian pseudo-, semu…
in Russian ложно-, псевдо-…
in Turkish sözde, uydurma, sahte anlamında önek…
in Polish pseudo-…
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