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The notion German-speaking is the 19.843th most common word in the English language and appears 2.906 times in reference text. The part of speech is adjective. Here are instances of the term in text: "... was first played in German-speaking regions ..."¹ "German-speaking book publishers produce some ..."² "... fatherland is used throughout German-speaking Europe ..."³ Reversely its written gnikaeps-namreG. The MD5 hash is 3cf570bc42f19c4f6a0700028ea12c16 and the SHA1 sum is 149955cfb92058274b9f6abf4ddf9880c9c2ff7c.

word neighbours

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word name: German-speaking

part of speech: adjective

typical left word neighbours: predominantly Belgiums contiguous affluent Low 19th-century mostly

typical right word neighbours: Mennonites Walser countries Community minority elites cantons

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