how to pronounce spreader


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spreader is pronounced in two syllables

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An example use of spreader in a speech by a native speaker of british english:

“… awareness spreader in the country to …”

meanings of spreader


  1. A device used to spread bulk material.
  2. A horizontal athwartships spar attached to the mast of a sailboat in order to extend the shrouds away from the mast.
  3. A member of a cracking group who distributes warez.
  4. A knife or spatula used to distribute a substance such as butter or jelly.
  5. A spacer or device for keeping two objects apart.
  6. A machine for combining and drawing fibers of flax to form a sliver preparatory to spinning.
  7. An object or person who spreads.
  8. The moving platform of a container crane.

spreader frequency in english - C2+ level of CEFR

the word spreader occurs in english on average 0.3 times per one million words; this frequency warrants it to be in the study list for C2+ level of language mastery according to CEFR, the Common European Framework of Reference.

topics spreader can be related to

it is hard to perfectly classify words into specific topics since each word can have many context of its use, but our machine-learning models believe that spreader can be often used in the following areas:

1) business and work;

2) people, society, and culture;

words that rhyme with spreader


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