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Definition of 'vestige'

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That leaves it free to act as savagely and brutally as it needs to snuff out the last vestiges of revolt. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Critics see it as an attack on the last vestiges of media freedom in Russia. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Such an outcome would destroy what vestiges of credibility Scottish football retains as a result of this long-running summer farce. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Translations for 'vestige'

British English: vestige NOUN
vestige of sth A vestige of something is a very small part that still remains of something that was once much larger or more important.
We represent the last vestige of what made this nation great–hard work.
  • American English: vestige
  • Brazilian Portuguese: vestígio
  • Chinese: 残留部分
  • European Spanish: vestigio
  • French: vestige
  • German: Spur
  • Italian: vestigio
  • Japanese: 痕跡
  • Korean: 자취
  • European Portuguese: vestígio
  • Spanish: vestigio

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