Przedrostki i przyrostki na literę D

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Letter 'D' (9)

de-
- the opposite action
deactivate, decentralize, declassify, decolonize, decommunissation, decompression, decongestion, decontaminate, decouple, de-emphasize, dehumanize, dehydrate, deindustralize, dematerialize, demobilize, demystify, depersonalize, deregulate, destabilize
- the removal of something
bebug, de-curtain, de-feather, defrost, ge-gut, dehouse, de-ice, de-ink, de-mist, descale, de-skill
deca-
- referring to words with 'ten' as part of their meaning
decade, decagon, decalitre, decametre, decathlon
deci-
- referring to words with 'tenth' as part of their meaning
decibel, decilitre, decimal, decimetre
derm-
- referring to words with 'skin' as part of their meaning
dermal, dermatitis, dermatologist, dermatology, dermis, epidermia
dia-
- referring to words with 'through', 'across' or 'between' as part of their meaning
diagonal, dialectic, dialogue, diameter, diaphanous, diaphragm
dis-
- the opposite action
disagree, disallow, disappear, disapprove, disarm, disband, disbelieve, disconnect, discontinue, discredit, disembark, disengage, disentangle, dishearten, disinfect, disinherit, disintegrate, disinvest, dislike, dismount, disobey, disorganize, disown, displace, displease, dispossess, disprove, disqualify, dissatisfy, distrust, disunite, disuse
- opposite states
disadvantage, disbelief, discomfort, discontent, discourteous, discourtesy, disfavour, disharmony, dishonest, dishonour, disincentive, disinterested, disloyal, disobedience, disobliging, disorder, disproportionate, disrepute, disrespect, disservice, dissimilar
-dom
- state or condition
boredom, chiefdom, dukedom, earldom, freedom, gangsterdom, hippiedom, officialdom, princedom, stardom, wisdom
- a realm or territory
dukedom, kingdom, princedom
double-
- two
double-action, double-barrelled, double-breasted, double-check, double-decker, double-doors, double-edged, double-glazed, double-handed, double-length, double-locked, double-page, double-seamed, double-sied, double-strength
- deception
double-cross, double-deal, double-dealng, double-talk
down-
- direction or position
downhill, downriver, downstage, downstairs, downstream, downward, downwind
- becoming worse
downfall, downgrade, downplay, downtrend, downturn
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