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The notion became is the 76th most frequent word in the English language and appears 917.975 times within the reference corpus. The part of speech is verb, past tense. The hyphenation is be·came. Here are sample usages of the term in text: "... 19th century the punishments became stiffer and stiffer ..."¹ "... Bremgarten and Mellingen became the administrative centers and ..."² "... was a Democrat who became a leading voice for liberalism."³ Reversely its written emaceb. The word is rhyming on filename, nickname und same. The MD5 hash is 0a541335927d1ab16d9febe9b199bae1 and the SHA1 sum is 51a675c8070563e5e9674faaed921fd804c8e18b. The dialable telephone number 232263 accords this word.

word neighbours

wordbook information

word name: became

part of speech: verb, past tense

lemma: become

typical left word neighbours: he later it soon eventually He quickly

typical right word neighbours: known part involved a increasingly one an

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