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    Stem the flow of sth

    Dear Teachers, Please explain. Stem the flow of sth




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    Re: Stem the flow of sth

    It means to "stop the movement," "divert" or "cut off" something . . .

    To stem the flow of bad information, she decided to speak to the students herself.

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