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Meaning of “propaganda” - Learner’s Dictionary

propaganda

noun [U]     /ˌprɒpəˈɡændə/
information or ideas, which are often false, that an organization prints or broadcasts to make people agree with what it is saying: political propaganda Information and messagesUrging and persuadingCausing somebody to actLies, lying and hypocrisyDishonest people
propagandist noun [C]
someone who creates, prints, or broadcasts propagandaInformation and messagesLies, lying and hypocrisyDishonest peopleUrging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
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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