What does the prefix, along with the prefixes -in, -il, and -im mean?

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The prefixes in-, il- and im- mean 'the opposite of' or 'not'. Examples are the word illiterate, meaning not literate, illogical, meaning not logical and immoral, meaning not moral. You can find more information here: http://www.spelling.hemscott.net/prefix3.html
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inmate, intolarant, impossible, implantation, irrational, irrelevant, illegal, illuminate, illegitimate.
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The im- prefix is used with words that start with a "p -
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Generally it means, "NOT' As in illogical, illegitimate, illegal.
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