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It was prompted by a friend who suggested that he should produce a plain English pamphlet on the subject. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It was prompted by a friend who suggested that he should produce a plain English pamphlet on the subject. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Why not write a pamphlet to say so? The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)Our first task would be to publish pamphlets and web pages explaining the idea in as many languages as we possess. THE AGE OF CONSENT (2003)He published inflammatory pamphlets and lectures. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Published in a range of magazines and anthologies, his verse has also appeared in pamphlet form. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)He has published in a range of magazines and anthologies, and his verse has also appeared in pamphlet form. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Many of these narratives, particularly in the early part of the century, took the form of pamphlets. COURTESANS (2003)When one looks through one's library shelves, one often comes across unexpected but interesting books or pamphlets. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She sent them in pamphlet form to many soldiers to whom Chambers had ministered, as well as to past students. Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: pamphlet /ˈpæmflɪt/ NOUN
A pamphlet is a very thin book with a paper cover, which gives information about something.
...a pamphlet about healthy eating.
- American English: pamphlet
- Arabic: كُتَيِّبٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: panfleto
- Chinese: 小册子
- Croatian: pamflet
- Czech: brožura
- Danish: pamflet
- Dutch: pamflet
- European Spanish: panfleto
- Finnish: pamfletti
- French: brochure
- German: Broschüre
- Greek: φυλλάδιο
- Italian: opuscolo
- Japanese: パンフレット
- Korean: 소책자
- Norwegian: brosjyre
- Polish: broszura
- European Portuguese: panfleto
- Romanian: broșură
- Russian: буклет
- Spanish: panfleto
- Swedish: broschyr
- Thai: แผ่นพับ
- Turkish: broşür
- Ukrainian: памфлет
- Vietnamese: cuốn sách nhỏ
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