What does comfortable mean as a suffix word?
The suffix in comfortable is -able. This word roughly translates to the ability to be with stress while in relief.
that a suffix is at the last of he word
what is the suffix of decomposer and what does it mean
to feel comfortable
This suffix means in the matter of. One word with this suffix is likewise.
Assuming you mean "competitor" the answer is no. The suffix is -or.
suffix means ;the added word or phrase to another word . here is an example; read reread re is the suffix of the word read
Flex is actually not a suffix; it is a root word. This root word means to bend.
It means "birth" both as a suffix and as a word by itself.
"Consider" is not a suffix. A suffix is a set of sounds which does not have a meaning on its own but when you tack it onto the end of another word, it changes the meaning. "Consider" is a word, not a suffix.
Nat isn't a suffix; it is a root word. The root word nat means to be born or to be from.
Suffix means the last part of the word after the root-word its a word that comes at the end of a word suh as welcome come is the sufix A "word" that sports at the end of ether a root word a another suffix
The suffix -ical mean the relationship of. One common word with this suffix is practical.
the suffix al means always
Petro can't be used as a suffix but as a prefix such as in the word Petoleum
The suffix -ment means condition or result. One common word with this suffix is document.
The suffix -dermis mean of or relating to the skin. It comes from the Greek word for skin, which is dermis.
In the word "product" the letters "~duct" are not a suffix and have no independent meaning.
The suffix -ish means having the character of. This is shown in the word newish.
"Solidify" is not a suffix, but a complete word. It means to harden or become solid.
The suffix -ast means one connected with. A common word with this is enthusiast.
An adjective comfort - comfortable manage - manageable
the state of
of or pertaining to
The suffix ive in the word attractive is a derived term. Use of the ive in attractive makes the word become an adjective.
their is on sufix of -er in the word mean. sorry
It is a word element that mean a state or condition.
"En" is not a root word. It can be a prefix or a suffix, but not a root word.
"-icle" is a suffix from the latin word icus, meaning "formed as/from". For example, the word "icicle" literally means "formed from ice".
One who studies...
The suffix of "ew" is the same as the suffix of "ow". Both of these common suffixes mean the word "outside".
This does not appear to be a Hebrew word, although the suffix -echa could mean "your".
The suffix -ology means the study of. Astro- means stars.
The suffix -able or -ible means the ability to. One common word with this is flexible.
Presumably you mean for not of. Suffix could be 'atic', barely grammatical. Prefix 'Pre'
The suffix -ment means the result of, means of, act of or state of something.
This may be an error by the suffix -ful. The suffix -ful means marked by or having.
The suffix -ity means the state of. In this case, the state of being creative.
Suffix is attached in the end. Eg: word "able" which can be added to avoidable, comfortable, etc. Prefix is attached in the beginning. Eg: Dr. for Doctor, ER. for Engineer.
There is no suffix. The prefix homo- (same) is attached to the root word phone (sound), to mean a word that sounds the same as another word, e.g. here and hear.
The suffix -able forms adjectives that mean: 1 able to be: calculable. 2 due to be: payable. 3 subject to: taxable. 4 relevant to or in accordance with: fashionable. 5 having the quality to: suitable | comfortable.
A suffix is the ending of a word. The suffix of the word, unfortunately, is -ly.
The suffix of the word unavoidable is able. This is because the suffix of a word is the ending of that word.
Cred is not a suffix, it is a root word. This root word means to believe something and some example words are creed, credo, and incredible.
greek word is a suffix which is added in front of a word. and the suffix has a meaning. example bi = two in = not pre = before and lot more
The suffix -ic means pertaining to. The word subgastric means pertaining to below the stomach region
is makes a word plural curry = curries
It's a suffix that means 'power'