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The prefix "a" means not or against. No the prefix "a" does not meant against....the prefix for against or opposing to is contra The prefix "a" just means, without, lacking or not. This is different because of such: Amoral would mean to have the exact opposite morals ie thinking doing good things is bad and bad things good. When infact amoral just means, to not think anything is bad.
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What is the meaning of the prefix in?

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