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propaganda
American English: /ˌprɑpəˈɡændə/
British English: /prɒpəˈɡandə/

Translation of propaganda in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (before noun) (campaign/war)
    de propaganda
    propaganda material it was used for propaganda purposes
    lo usaron con fines propagandísticos
    Example sentences
    • This stands, as we shall see, in a long tradition of propaganda by deed.
    • The miners were no angels but the media was blatantly and cynically used as a propaganda machine for the government.
    • The third method is to set up a system of accountability for propaganda work.

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