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What does the prefix tech mean?
It means man-made.
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past something or event.
Answer The prefix "con-" means "with."
The prefix in- means not. Example incorrect which means not correct.
The prefix in mean not like insane = not sane
Opposite, against, as opposed to, anti, in the opposite direction
Well, use the word "indestructable," for example. That means "not destructable," therefore, the prefix -in usually means "not".
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 me…ans, 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.
A prefix is a dialing code. OR A prefix can also be a letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word to make a new word. A suffix is much th…e same, but is added on to the end of a word instead.
The prefix for invasion is in- (meaning into).
A prefix is a syllable (or two) or a word added to a root/base with that 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 small number or letter next to a larger number in math and chemistry. The opposite of a suffix, its something that yo…u would add to the front of a word. Like done, re-done.
The suffix -ase means an enzyme. For example lactase breaks down lactose, a milk sugar.
The prefix " giga " means 1 billion, so a gigabyte is 1 billion bytes
The prefix with means against. An example is withdraw.
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').
It means "not" e.g. "insufficient" vs "sufficient"
prifix of derfenet