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Via Yiddish פּאָגראָם ‎(pogrom), from Russian погро́м ‎(pogróm).

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NounEdit

pogrom ‎(plural pogroms)

  1. A riot aimed at persecution or massacre of a particular ethnic or religious group, usually Jews.

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VerbEdit

pogrom ‎(third-person singular simple present pogroms, present participle pogroming, simple past and past participle pogromed)

  1. (transitive) To persecute or massacre a particular group of people.

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NounEdit

pogrom m ‎(plural pogroms)

  1. pogrom

PolishEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

pogrom m inan

  1. pogrom (ethnic riot)
  2. (informal) resounding defeat
  3. (slang, humorous) an exam that turns out to be very hard and which most students fail

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pogrom m (plural pogrons)

  1. pogrom (riot against a particular ethnic or religious group)
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