Meaning of PROPAGANDA in English

PROPAGANDA

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ government , official , party , state

▪ corporate , political , religious

▪ Communist , Conservative , socialist , etc.

▪ left-wing , right-wing

▪ anti-American , anti-Semitic , etc.

▪ enemy , war , wartime

▪ covert

▪ pure

VERB + PROPAGANDA

▪ broadcast

The pirate radio station broadcasts anti-government ~.

▪ counter

▪ spread

▪ believe

PROPAGANDA + NOUN

▪ battle , campaign , effort , exercise ( esp. BrE ), ploy ( esp. AmE ), war

▪ victory

▪ department , machine

the lies that were spewed out by the regime's ~ machine

▪ film , leaflet , material , piece , poster

▪ tool , weapon

▪ purposes

The movie was made in 1938 for ~ purposes.

▪ value

The Olympics were of great ~ value to the regime.

PHRASES

▪ sb's own ~

He has been listening to his own ~ for so long that he is in danger of believing it.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ about

The papers were full of political ~ about nationalization.

▪ ~ against

Soviet ~ against Fascism

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .