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trace
used in Do You Speak American?

4 uses
  • She traced it by recording three generations.
    four — This Ain't Your Mama's South Anymore (29% in)
  • Simon says all this with a slight lisp and the faintest trace of a foreign accent.
    one — The Language Wars (10% in)
  • In the 1980s, a few elderly people still spoke Gullah, a dialect linguists trace back to the African slave trade.
    two — Changing Dialects: Dingbatters Versus Hoi-Toiders (16% in)
  • The same boundaries, interestingly, also correspond with traces of the different styles of architecture that the original settlers adopted—whether they built frame houses, stone houses, or log cabins.
    two — Changing Dialects: Dingbatters Versus Hoi-Toiders (38% in)

There are no more uses of "trace" in Do You Speak American?.

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