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pro-

prefix uk   /prəʊ-/  us   /proʊ-/
supporting or approving of something: pro-American pro-democracy demonstrations
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in Vietnamese ủng hộ ai, thân…
in Spanish pro…
in Thai สนับสนุน…
in Malaysian pro-…
in French pro-…
in German pro-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 親…的, 贊成…的…
in Indonesian pro…
in Russian образует слова со значением 'сторонник чего-л.'…
in Turkish desteleyen/onaylayan/taraftarı olan anlamında önek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 亲…的, 赞成…的…
in Polish pro-…
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