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DICTIONARY - D ROOT / PREFIX / SUFFIX USUALLY MEANS -dactyl- fingers, toes de- to remove, undoing, down, out, from, completely dec-, deca- ten decem-, deci- tenth dendr-o a tree dent-, dens- tooth -derm-, -dermat- skin -desis binding, fusion -desm- to tie, to bind, ligament, to bond -detrit- worn off -deut-, -deuter-o other, second -dextr-o right-hand di-, dich-, dis- two, twice, double dia-, dien- across, between, through, apart diastol- difference, a separation, to expand -diem day diffus- to pour out, apart -digest- dividing, separating
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Unformatted text preview: finger, toe-dilat-, -dilatat-to expand, enlarge dipl-o double, twofold-dips-thirst dis-, di-apart, in different directions-dist-apart, distant, remote-diverg-to bend away-divert-to turn aside-doc-, -doct-to teach-dom-house-domin-ruling-dorm-to sleep-dors-, -dorsi-back ROOT / PREFIX / SUFFIX USUALLY MEANS-drom-running, course-du-double-duc-, -duct-to lead, to draw-duoden-twelve-duplic-, -duplex-double-dur-hard-dys-bad, abnormal, difficult, hard to do, pain...
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