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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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palindromepal‧in‧drome /ˈpæləndrəʊm $ -droʊm/ noun [countable]  SLa word or phrase such as ‘deed’ or ‘level’, which is the same when you spell it backwards
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palindromeSometimes a palindrome is used together with other non-mirrored material and especially in this case the mirroring is not perceived by the listener.
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