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word of mouth


  • 1.1 uncountable (speech) See examples: they rely on word of mouth for publicity
    su publicidad depende de la recomendación verbal or de palabra
    1.2 (before noun) a word-of-mouth recommendation
    una recomendación verbal or de palabra

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