What Is Prefix Give Examples?

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A prefix is an affix that is usually put before the stem of a word. It is usually put before a word to either change or modify it's meaning. Examples include; pro-, pre-, non-, and inter- which can be used as pro-African, precondition, non-alcoholic and interchange respectively.
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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 ...
The prefix anti means against or opposite. Examples of words that have this prefix include antisocial, antichrist, antifungal and antidepressant. Prefixes are ...
The term 'Endo' means inside or within. It is a medical prefix. Examples of medical words with this prefix are endoscopy, endometrium, and endocrine. ...
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