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A prefix is a letter or a group of letters added to the beginning of a word to create a new term in English. A prefix is a group of letters added to the beginning of a word to change its meaning. Adding de- before value, for example, creates the word devaluation.

a partial word or number affixed to the beginning of a word or number to either complete the word or alter the meaning. Examples of Prefix in a sentence. 1. Often the prefix “un” is used to transform a word into its opposite meaning, like well and unwell.

A suffix is a word ending. It is a group of letters you can add to the end of. a root word* e.g. walking, helpful. A root word stands on its own as a word, but you can make new words from it by adding beginnings (prefixes) and endings (suffixes). For example, 'comfort' is a root word.

A prefix consists of letters that are added to the beginning of a word (hence the “pre”). They carry meaning and can change the meaning of the so-called root word they are added to. Prefixes like “in-” and “un-” are added to words to express the negation of said word, aka the not-state of it.

A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a word that changes the word's meaning. A suffix is a word part added to the end of a word that changes the word's meaning.

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