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Showing: 6 prefixes/suffixes, 10 meanings

Letter 'M' (6)

-made
- to form adjectives from nouns and adjectives
American-made, British-made, Chinese-made, country-made, European-made, factory-made, foreign-made, French-made, fresh-made, hand-made, Hollywood-made, home-made, machine-made, man-made, new-made, ready-made, tailor-made
mal-
- to form nouns, adjectives and verbs describing things which are bad or unpleasant
maladjusted, maladministration, maldistribution, malfunction, malnutrition, malodorous, malpractice, maltreatment
man-
- to form nouns and adjectives from words that describe an action
man-destroying, man-devised, man-eating, man-hunt, man-killer, man-made, man-management, man-powered
-man
- referring to occupations or interests
barman, businessman, cameraman, clergyman, coalman, dairyman, deliveryman, fireman, fisherman, gasman, gunman, milkman, policeman, postman, railwayman, repairman, salesman, seaman, stuntman, taxman
- referring to people's origins
Chinaman, Dutchman, Englishman, Frenchman, Irishman, Scotsman, Welshman
- numbers of people
eleven-man team, two-man tent, five-wheel vehicle
-mate
- to form new nouns from nouns which refer to a place or activity
bedmate, classmate, clubmate, flatmate, playmate, roommate, schoolmate, shipmate, team-mate, workmate
mega-
- referring to size
mega-acquisition, mega-bid, megablock, megabucks, mega-bureaucracy, mega-buyout, mega-fantasy, megaloss, megaproduction, megastar
- referring to measurement
megabyte, megahertz, megaton, megawatt
-ment
- to form nouns from verbs
accomplishment, achievement, acknowledgement, adjustment, advertisement, agreement, amazement, announcement, argument, arrangement, asessment, assignement, attachment, commitment, development, discouragement, employment, enjoyment, entertainment, excitement, improvement, investment, involvement, management, movement, payment, punishement, puzzlement, replacement, requirement, resentement, retirement
-meter
- in words referring to instruments or devices
barometer, calorimeter, chronometer, colorimeter, hydrometer, mileometer, speedometer, thermometer
micro-
- referring to nouns with 'very small' as part of their meaning
microbiology, microcomputer, micro-economics, microelectronics, microfilm, micro-organism, microscope, microstructure
mid-
- referring to time
mid-afternoon, mid-century, midday, mid-evening, mid-hour, mid-month, mid-morning, midnight, midsummer, mid-week, midwinter
- referring to position
mid-air, mid-Atlantic, mid-channel, mid-Europe, mid-ocean, mid-road
- referring to actions
mid-bite, mid-career, mid-compsition, mid-flight, mid-life, mid-lunge, mid-page, mid-passage, mid-race, mid-section, mid-sentence, mid-step, mid-term, mid-voyage
-minded
- referring to attitudes and characteristics
absent-minded, broadminded, fair-minded, generous-minded, high-minded, like-minded, mean-minded, narrow-minded, open-minded, practical-minded, right-minded, single-minded, small-minded, strong-minded, tidy-minded, tough-minded, weak-minded
- referring to interests and aims
career-minded, community-minded, economy-minded, future-minded, management-minded, peace-minded, reform-minded, security-minded, sports-minded, war-minded
mis-
- to form verbs and nouns
misbehave, misbehaviour, miscaluculate, miscaluculation, misconception, misconduct, misdirect, misfortune, mishear, misinform, misinformation, misinterpret, misjudge, misjudgement, mismanage, misplace, misprint, mispronunciation, misquote, misread, mistreat, mistrust, misunderstanding, misuse
mock-
- to form nouns and adjectives
mock-attack, mock-childish, mock-discomfort, mock-expensive, mock-flight, mock-heroics, mock-innocent, mock-modesty, mock-sadness, mock-style
-monger
- in nouns with 'trader' or 'dealer' as part of their meaning
fishmonger, ironmonger, rumourmonger, warmonger
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