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Here's a little riddle!

Many languages spoken in my prefix
Many stars found in my suffix
Many clauses written in my whole

What am I?

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You are:

An End User License Agreement (EULA)

Many languages spoken in my prefix

EU - the European Union, which has 24 official languages.

Many stars found in my suffix

LA - Los Angeles, home to Hollywood (solved by @greysaff)

Many clauses written in my whole

My word, there really are - to the point that most people don't bother reading the whole thing before ticking the 'I Accept' box!

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Is the word..

novella ?

Many languages spoken in my prefix

no: means "no" in English, Spanish, and Italian

Many stars found in my suffix

la: many Hollywood stars reside in Los Angeles

Many clauses written in my whole

novella: as with most works of literature is composed of multiple clauses

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I think it is:

unlikely

Many languages spoken in my prefix:

un -> United Nations

Many stars found in my suffix:

ly -> light-year

Many clauses written in my whole:

unlikely, common adj./adv. used in clauses (a bit not sure...)

Enhanced Answer:
Based on the comment under GreySaff's answer, might be:

formula

Many languages spoken in my prefix:

for -> preposition in many languages

Many stars found in my suffix:

la -> L.A. Hollywood

Many clauses written in my whole:

formula -> logic true/false clause like A->B, A v B

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  • $\begingroup$ Unfortunately that's not it. You can wait til I drop a hint :) $\endgroup$ – Luke Sep 10 '19 at 8:43
  • $\begingroup$ @Luke May I ask that the prefix and suffix are correct or not in my answer? :P (I just knew that the whole part is bit far-fetched...) $\endgroup$ – Conifers Sep 10 '19 at 8:46
  • $\begingroup$ Not yet. Let's wait for some time. $\endgroup$ – Luke Sep 10 '19 at 8:51
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Many languages spoken in my prefix

for, especially on many programming languages for iterations.

Many stars found in my suffix (answered on @greysaff)

la, the Los Angeles, the place for Hollywood stars.

Many clauses written in my whole

formula, to be precise in logic formula, e.g. 3-SAT.

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I think the answer could be

Cola

Many languages spoken in my prefix

CoL refers to the City of London

Many stars found in my suffix (solved by greysaff)

LA

Many clauses written in my whole

COLA, stands for Cost-of-Living Adjustment

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  • $\begingroup$ I didn't think of this before, but what a great guess! Your answer is structurally the closest to the approved answer :) $\endgroup$ – Luke Sep 10 '19 at 10:32

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