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affix. When you affix something, you stick it on to something else. You might affix a stamp to a letter or affix colorful stickers to your notebook. The verb affix often refers to physically attaching something like when you affix a label onto a folder but it can be used more broadly to describe adding on something ...
Here are some examples of affixes: incapable (The affix is the prefix in.) ex-President (The affix is the prefix ex-.) laughing (The affix is the suffix -ing.)
affix (one's) signature to To sign one's name to something, such as a document. Jason reads every contract thoroughly before affixing his signature to the bottom of it. Once you affix your signature to this last document, you'll be the owner of a brand-new car! See also: affix, signature.
Here are some examples of affixes: incapable (The affix is the prefix in.) ex-President (The affix is the prefix ex-.) laughing (The affix is the suffix -ing.)
vivid (adj.) 1630s, from French vivide and perhaps also directly from Latin vividus "spirited, animated, lively, full of life," from vivus "alive," from PIE root *gwei- "to live." Extension to colors is from 1660s. Sense of "strong, distinct" (as of memories, etc.)
The prefix in, which means in, on, or not, appears in numerous English vocabulary words, for example: inject, influx, and insane.
a prefix of Latin origin meaning primarily in, but used also as a verb-formative with the same force as in-1 (incarcerate; incantation). Also il-, im-, ir-.
A prefix is a letter or a group of letters attached to the beginning of a word (or word root) that partly indicates its meaning. For example, the word prefix itself begins with the prefix pre-, which generally means "before" or "in front of."
en- 2. a prefix meaning within, in, occurring in loanwords from Greek: energy; enthusiasm. Also before labial consonants, em-2.
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