prefixo

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Noun[edit]

prefixo (plural prefixi)

  1. prefix

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin praefixus, past participle of praefīgō (I (fix, fasten, set up) in front”, “I fix on the (end, extremity)) (from prae- (before) + fīgō (I fix”, “I fasten”, “I affix)).

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Noun[edit]

prefixo m (plural prefixos)

  1. (grammar) prefix (letters at the beginning of a word used to modify its meaning)
  2. (telephony) numbers prefixed to a telephone number to indicate the location of the telephone line

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Adjective[edit]

prefixo m (feminine prefixa, masculine plural prefixos, feminine plural prefixas, not comparable)

  1. prefixed

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