semi-

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From Latin semi- (half).

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semi-

  1. half
  2. partial, incomplete
  3. somewhat, rather, quasi-
    • 1994, Eric Bogosian, Pounding nails in the floor with my forehead
      Nothing like a nice hot ethnic dish before you go to see that semi-expensive, semi-meaningful Off-Broadway show.

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French[edit]

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semi-

  1. semi-, demi-, half-

Italian[edit]

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semi-

  1. semi-, demi-, half-

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Portuguese[edit]

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semi-

  1. semi- (half)
  2. semi- (partially)