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From what language did English borrow bratwurst?
Weegy: The name is German, derived from Old High German Br?twurst, from br?t-, which is finely chopped meat and Wurst, or sausage. source: wikipedia User: The word masticate, which means to chew, has most recently been affected by _____. borrowing. being coined. becoming obsolete. Weegy: The word masticate, which means to chew, has most recently been affected by becoming obsolete. User: no movement or action indicated whither 2. going to where 3. came from whence Weegy: 1. no movement or action indicated whither 3. came from whence 2. going to where User: amelioration improvement in the meaning or status of a word; compare pejoration generalization word meaning changing from specific to general or extending to include a related concept pejoration a meaning change in which a word is downgraded in meaning or status; compare amelioration semantic meaning the denotative and connotative meaning(s) of a word; that which the word symbolizes specialization a meaning change from general to specific or broad to narrow; compare generalization Weegy: 1. a meaning change in which a word is downgraded in meaning or status c.pejoration 2. the denotative and connotative meaning(s) of a word; that which the word symbolizes a.semantic meaning 3. [ word meaning changing from specific to general or extending to include a related concept b.generalization 4. a meaning change from general to specific or broad to narrow e.specialization 5. improvement in the meaning or status of a word d.amelioration ] (More)
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From what language did English borrow bratwurst?
Weegy: The name is German, derived from Old High German Br?twurst, from br?t-, which is finely chopped meat and Wurst, or sausage. source: wikipedia User: 1. a meaning change in which a word is downgraded in meaning or status amelioration 2. the denotative and connotative meaning(s) of a word; that which the word symbolizes pejoration 3. word meaning changing from specific to general or extending to include a related concept generalization 4. a meaning change from general to specific or broad to narrow semantic meaning 5. improvement in the meaning or status of a word specialization Weegy: 1. Pejoration - a meaning change in which a word is downgraded in meaning or status 2. Semantic meaning - the denotative and connotative meaning(s) of a word; that which the word symbolizes 3. [ Generalization - word meaning changing from specific to general or extending to include a related concept 4. Specialization - a meaning change from general to specific or broad to narrow 5. Amelioration - improvement in the meaning or status of a word ] (More)
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