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propaganda

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌprɒpəˈɡændə/ disapproving
information, ideas, opinions, or images that give one part of an argument, which are broadcast, published, etc. in order to influence people's opinions: a propaganda campaign/tool/exercise The report is just a political propaganda tool.anti-government/anti-Western/anti-American propaganda In the cyber attack, the home pages of official websites were replaced with anti-government propaganda. Critics called the book a blatant piece of propaganda.
Translations of “propaganda”
in Vietnamese sự tuyên truyền…
in Spanish propaganda…
in Thai การโฆษณาชวนเชื่อ…
in Malaysian propaganda…
in French propagande…
in German die Propaganda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 宣傳, 鼓吹…
in Indonesian propaganda…
in Russian пропаганда…
in Turkish propaganda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宣传, 鼓吹…
in Polish propaganda…
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