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propaganda
noun
1
a the organized circulation by a political group, etc of doctrine, information, misinformation, rumour or opinion, intended to influence public feeling, raise public awareness, bring about reform, etc;
b the material circulated in this way.
2 (Propaganda) a Roman Catholic committee responsible for foreign missions and the training of missionaries.
[18c: Italian, from the Latin Congregatio de propaganda fide congregation for propagating the faith]
propagandist noun .


propagandize or propagandise
verb (propagandized , propagandizing )
1 to subject (a person, place, etc) to propaganda.
2 intr to circulate propaganda.
[19c]


propagate
verb (propagated , propagating )
1 tr & intr , bot said of a plant: to multiply.
2 bot to grow (new plants), either by natural means or artificially.
3 to spread or popularize (ideas, etc).
4 physics to transmit energy, eg sound or electromagnetism, over a distance in wave form.
[16c: from Latin propagare , propagatum to grow plants by grafting, etc]
propagation noun .


propagator
noun
1 someone or something that propagates.
2 a heated covered box in which plants may be grown from seed or cuttings.


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