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stem from sth

phrasal verb with stem
 
 
/stem/ verb [T] ( present participle stemming, past tense and past participle stemmed)
to develop as the result of something: Her problems stem from childhood.Origins and sources
Translations of “stem from sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 源自, 由…造成…
in Russian возникать, происходить…
in Turkish ...dan/den kaynaklanmak/doğmak/ileri gelmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 源自, 由…造成…
in Polish mieć źródło lub przyczynę w czymś…
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