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"word-of-mouth" in British English

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word-of-mouthadjective

uk   /ˌwɜːd.əvˈmaʊθ/  us   /ˌwɝːd.əvˈmaʊθ/
given or done by people talking about something or telling people about something: We get most of our work through word-of-mouth recommendations. word-of-mouth publicity
(Definition of word-of-mouth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"word of mouth" in American English

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word of mouth

by someone telling you: Students discovered the center by word of mouth.
(Definition of word of mouth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"word of mouth" in Business English

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word of mouthnoun [U]

(also word-of-mouth) uk   us   COMMERCE
the process of telling people you know about a particular product or service, usually because you think it is good and want to encourage them to try it: by/through word of mouth We get most of our clients by word of mouth. word-of-mouth advertising/recommendation
(Definition of word of mouth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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