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A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a word to create a new word with a differentmeaning. Examples : re fill , un do, in complete, pre cooked (Letters added to the end of a root or word are a suffix. ) In science a prefix is used to modify the size of a base unit bygiving a mu…ltiplier, for example: The base unit is a gram; "units" of different sizes are: kilo gram - each is 1000 grams milli gram - each is 1/1000 grams. A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a word to create a word with a different meaning. Examples : re fill , un do, in complete, pre cooked (Letters added to the end of a root or word are a suffix. ) (MORE)
A prefix is an affix at the beginning of a word. . Examples are UN, CO, PRE and MIS MISspelled UNhappy COworker PREquel
it means not without ------------------------------------------------------------- I think they use "a-" as "not" in science (usually..)
The prefix by- (or bye- ) means 1 close at hand or near, as in bystander; 2 out of the way, aside, as in bypass; 3 secondary or incidental, as in bylaw, bye-election.
A prefix is a word part put in front of a word to alter its meaning.
A prefix is a syllable (or two) or a word added to a root/base withthat changes the word's meaning. A suffix is at the end. Example: Pregame (Pre=before so before the game) Countable (able= can so can be counted)
It is an addition to the beginning of a word or it is a smallnumber or letter next to a larger number in math and chemistry. The opposite of a suffix, its something that you would add to the front of a word. Like done, re-done.
A prefix is a dialing code. OR A prefix can also be a letter or group of letters added to thebeginning of a word to make a new word. A suffix is much the same,but is added on to the end of a word instead.
A prefix is a word form that attaches to the beginning of another word or word root, that alters or specifies its meaning. Examples of prefixes : re- (to repeat or undo an action) : reconstitute, rerun, reenter pre- (before) : preview, preregister, prediction exo- (outside) : exoskeleton, …exosphere in/non/un- (negative, not, or undo) : inactivity, untie, non-perishable, nonfat Metric system The International System of Units (SI) specifies a set of unit prefixes known as SI prefixes or metric prefixes. These set the value of a unit in powers of 10. (see related question and link below) (MORE)
Answer . 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. (MORE)
The prefix intra can be used to mean in, such as, intramural sports, those held within the walls of the building (metaphorically; it actually means the sport involves only the people at the given location which is usually a school, as opposed to competition with people from another school - the othe…r team comes from outside the walls, although the game itself, if it is a game like basketball, still takes place inside walls). I also merged this question with one about the prefix re; that means again, as in, re-do, do it again. (MORE)
The prefix Omni means everywhere. An example would be, "My motherseems to know what I am doing no matter where I am. She must beomnipresent".
The prefix that means "equal" is "equi," as in the word "equidistant" (the same distance).
The prefix quad- means four of something. Quadrilateral, four sides. Quadraphonic, four channels. Quadruped, four legs, etc. also quadruplets, four kids
A prefix is a word that is added to beginning of another word whichin essence turns the word into another word. An example is theprefix un when added to the word willing it becomes unwilling.
The prefix an- ( or a- before a consonant) is cognate with English un- . Found chiefly in scientific terminlogy, it negates the term it is prefixed to. For example an-hydrous means un-watery, a-pathetic means un-caring.
A prefix is a series of letters, or a word, that is added to thebeginning of a word and changes the meaning. For example, in theword "midnight", "mid" is the prefix.
Well, use the word "indestructable," for example.. That means "not destructable," therefore, the prefix -in usually means "not".
Be- as a prefix goes back to Old English. . It has become ingrained in some verbs: begin, believe, become . . It can change an intransitive verb into a transitive one: bemoan, belie, besmirch. . It can also also turn nouns and adjectives into verbs: befriend, belittle, bejewel . . …Finally, it is sometimes used on the fly: The bejacketed biker gang claimed the far corner of the pub . The prefix 'be' means all over or all around something. (MORE)
Say you have the word 'kind', a prefix is just something that may go before that, like 'un', 'unkind'. eg. dis believe pre date Stuff like that. It's also the Mrs/Miss/Ms/Mr/Dr etc that comes before someone's name. You're welcome. ^_^
No, "is" isn't a prefix. A prefix is a grammar tool which basically you use to alter the context of a noun. In other words, you attach a specific set of letters that does the same thing no matter where it appears. For example. The prefix "a" would be "fixed" (or attached) to the beginning of the wo…rd hence "pre" (which means before) fix.. ex) Moral: To hold standards separating right from wrong.. add the prefix "A" which means not, without, lacking. Amoral: to be WITHOUT a standard from separating right and wrong. (MORE)
prefix is a set of letters you add (hence fix, which means to attach) to the beginning of a word (hence Pre which means before) in order to change the context of the word.. Pre (before) - Fix (attached) so...attached before the word.. ex.) moral: to have a standard separating right and wrong. The… prefix "A" means without lacking or not.. So moral becomes Amoral: To be WITHOUT a standard separating right and wrong (MORE)
A prefix is a beginning of a word like the prefix for entangled is en to make. But nothing like a root word.
Am- is not a prefix in its own right. It may form a part of another prefix (such as amphi - in 'amphitheatre' or ambi- in 'ambivalent', both meaning 'both'). It may include the prefix plus the beginning of the root, as in 'amorphous' ( a- meaning 'without' and morphe meaning 'form'). … In words like 'amatory' and 'ambulance', there is no prefix; the root just happens to start with am (respectively, amator meaning 'lover' and ambulans meaning 'walking'). (MORE)
"am" on a radio dial refers to "amplitude modulation". The signal (voice, music) is coded onto the radio wave by changes in intensity. Somewhat like sending a message by turning a light dimmer up and down to change the brightness. The other radio band, "fm", stands for "frequency modulation". The …signal is coded onto the radio wave by changes in frequency. Like sending a message by changing the colour of a light from red to blue. While the above is true, it is true for the abbreviation A.M., not the prefix 'am'. The prefix is a phrase at the beginning of a word. For example, in the words 'ambulance', 'ambivalent' and ambiguous', the 'am' means 'love' in greek. It is also the root word of words like 'amorous' and the Italian word for love "amore". (MORE)
The prefix is before the root word. EXAMPLE : Pre + Scrip = Prescript. This is an EXAMPLE of a suffix. EXAMPLE : Prescript + Ion = Prescription . Here is a EXAMPLE of a prefix and suffix. EXAMPLE: Pre + Script + Ion + Prescription
account originates from the word "conter" (fr.: to count) the prefix a/ad means "to" (from Latin, through French)
'Cat' (or 'cata') is a Greek prefix with several possible meanings: down, against, very, bad(ly), or completely. Example: catastrophe (literally "an overturning")
I guess that you talking about the phone number prefix. itsussually the first 3 digits of the phone number for exampls: If you have a phone number in NJ the first 3 digitswould be (609) If you live in a different country, theres always a 3 number digityou would dial in the beginning of a phone num…ber Hope that will help... (MORE)
Tri means 3. It is a Greek derivative from the word Tria that refers to the number three. Some words with the prefix tri are: tripod (with 3 legs), tricycle (with three cycles).
ad- to, toward --- obviously u r doing same thing with me. and everybody knows It sucks
In this case acid is not a prefix, but -ic is the suffix...it means full of acid or contains acid.
Out does not have a prefix, but out itself is a prefix. EX- e.g. exhale (breathe out), exit (go out), external (outside)
'quad' means four For example, quadrichromy in printing means containing four colors (chrome = color, in greek)
The following prefixes have similar meanings: Ex- can mean out, Out- can mean away from, Ab- or Abs- can mean away or from.
The word extra is not a prefix. There is a prefix in it. It is the first two letters, ex. It means out.
Co, it probably means two or more things/people because in Halo, Coop Career needs two or more people to play. Cooperation means two people doing something. I believe the prefix "co" means two or more things or people.
There are ways in which the word 'not' can be prefixed. For example: cannot (can + not, meaning not able, contracted form, ' can't ') whatnot (what + not, meaning a piece of furniture designed to display or store sundry items). have-not (a person with few possessions)
The suffix -ase means an enzyme. For example lactase breaks down lactose, a milk sugar.
The word 'prefix' does contain a prefix; it is made up from the Latin praefixus (fix in front [of]) + figere (to fasten, to fix), so the 'pre -' part of the word is a prefix. The word 'prefix' itself can certainly be prefixed, if the occasion should arise. For example: 'As a PhD Jan is en…titled to use the prefix 'Doctor' but since she was asked to deliver a baby on a flight to Australia she's been a bit anti-prefix , and prefers to simply be known as Ms Jan Smith.' (MORE)
Pre- The prefix for prefix is pre ; because it's before the root word fix .
The prefix " giga " means 1 billion, so a gigabyte is 1 billion bytes
The prefix of the word prefix is pre. Pre would mean before. As most know, a prefix is at the BEGINNING, and a suffix is at the END. Just the word prefix should have given it away. -MaximinePenguinTIME!
The prefix; post, means after. So, if you hear someone saying that they are going to post pone a party, then they are really saying that they are going to move the party to a time after the original date.
There is no prefix out. The beginning structure of out has just its regular meaning: out.
A prefix comes at the beginning of a word. Prefixes have meanings from the Latin or Greek language.
The opposite of ... inability not having the specific ability. incoherent ... not coherent ... not understandable.
Prefixes are a part of a word that go in the beginning of a word. They also usually have meanings that come from the Latin or Greek language.
A prefix is the beginning of a word. Prefixes often have meanings from the Latin or Greek language.
Prefixes are additions to the beginning of words that influence the meaning of that word. For example, in the word "imperfect," "im" is the prefix that is added to the root word, "perfect." In this instance, "im" has a negative meaning, changing the meaning of the word "perfect" from its definition… meaning "without flaw" to the word "imperfect," meaning, essentially "not without flaw." (MORE)