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prosenoun [U]

 us   /proʊz/
English written ​language in ​itsordinaryformrather than in the ​form of ​poems
(Definition of prose from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “prose”
in Korean 산문…
in Arabic نَثر…
in Malaysian prosa…
in French prose…
in Russian проза…
in Chinese (Traditional) 散文…
in Italian prosa…
in Turkish düz yazı, nesir…
in Polish proza…
in Spanish prosa…
in Vietnamese văn xuôi…
in Portuguese prosa…
in Thai ร้อยแก้ว…
in German die Prosa…
in Catalan prosa…
in Japanese 散文(体)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 散文…
in Indonesian prosa…
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