What prefix can you put in front of accessible?
Inaccessible is the only one I know, but you can invent others. Try super- under-, etc.
A prefix that you can put in front of lovable is un, making the word unlovable.
In- is one prefix you could put in front of justice. This would make the word injustice.
Prefix of accessible
There is no prefix in fault. A prefix is something put in front of a word like invisible.
A prefix is a word part put in front of a word to alter its meaning.
this is how you do it prevent
anticlockwise, it's the answer!
Mature is a root word so it does not have a prefix. You can put prefixes in front of the word like im-
Possibly: pro, anti, and non
If you mean can you put a prefix in front of creature, I'd have to say no. If you are asking what prefix is contained in the word creature, there isn't one either.
un --> unthought re --> rethought
Un- , dis- and en- are all prefixes that can be put in front of able.
changes how big the unit is
A prefix is a small word or part-word that is put in front of another word to change its meaning. The word 'prefix' itself means 'place in front of'. For example: 'Possible', 'impossible' (the prefix 'im-', which is a variant of 'in-', means 'not'). 'Critical', 'hypercritical' (the prefix 'hyper' means 'excessive' or 'excessively'). 'Anxious', 'over-anxious'. 'Lasting', 'everlasting'.
Yes, it is. It's composed of "prae" (before, in front of) and "fixere" (if you want so... to fix)... so a prefix is something you put before a word...
in - -- inaccessible
what prefix goes in front of interpret
You can put poly (= many) to denote a plane shape bounded by an unspecified number of straight lines or a Greek prefix for any number from three upwards to denote a polygon with the specified number of sides.
A prefix is a type of affix that attaches to the front of a word.
Fore Front of Head: Forehead
Unfortunately, the bolts securing either fender are only accessible with the front hood opened. Better to go from underneath at the front (put car on a lift) or through the grille.
You might be thinking of the prefix. It means "the". If you have the word "kelev" (dog) and put ha in front of it (hakelev) it means "the dog".
First is not a prefix. It can not go in front of a root word.
Prefix is before the word. Suffix is after the word.
no con is not a prefix because a prefix is something that you add to the root word at the front
re would be the prefix of cover
in USAF lingo, the prefix "b" means bomber. the b-52 the b-29 are bombers.
Anteroposterior means relating to both front and back, there is no prefix.
A prefix goes in front of a word while a suffix goes at the end of a word.
no but if you put unencourage the prefix word would be un but if it is just encourage then no it does not have a prefix to it.
The prefix is the bit added to the front of a legitimate word, in this case "necessary", changing its meaning. In this case the prefix is "un-"
prefix: unconfident suffix: confidential
the prefix en means to put into or on.
Prefix refers to a small 'word' that can be put in front of another word to change or alter its meaning. For example the prefix of the word 'Prefix' is pre, leaving the root word as 'fix'. Similarly in the word 'undecided', the prefix is 'un' and the root word is decided. Suffix is essentially the same thing, just at the end of the world, for example the word 'doing', the suffix is 'ing' leaving… Read More
a prefix a a root in front of a word a example would be re like in the word remind
I forgot to give him phone Prefix. How he will call me?
To make into, put into, or get into, it's a variant of the prefix en.
There is no prefix for the word annual. The word means yearly. However, if you add the prefix "semi" in front of it, it means it is done every six months.
An SI prefix, unless that unit already has a prefix.
I've been answering questions today for so long that my memory banks are no longer accessible. Is Grandma's new trailer wheelchair accessible? The airplane's cabin is only accessible from the front of the plane.
No. Prefixes are easily spotted because 1) they are found at the front of words, 2) the part after the prefix is a word in itself, and 3) the prefix is not usually a word in itself. "Overjoyed" is not a prefix. It is an adjective.
it means...in front of or prior to...
in front of, prior to
Mis for misbehave
"Ir" to get Irregular.
Prefix: Dissatisfy Suffix: Satisfiable
I'm also studing prefixes. But the prefix meens "put"
There is no prefix of o. They skip using the o/O prefix because it's confused with the number 0.
It means it's reserved, but with the prefix of your kennel on front of the dog's name.