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    advocate (for)

    Is this understanding correct?
    1. Those who advocate doctor-assisted suicide.... - BrE
    2. Those who advocate for doctor-assisted suicide.... - AmE
    Thank you.

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    Re: advocate (for)

    1- This is correct BrE


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    Re: advocate (for)

    Thank you very much, tdol.

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    Re: advocate (for)

    PS In BrE, we use 'for' with the noun- He's an advocate for...


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    Re: advocate (for)

    Oh, I see. Thank you very much, tdol, for the
    detailed explanation.

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