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Letter 'P' (17)

pan-
- to form adjectives from adjectives describing nations
pan-African, pan-American, pan-continental, pan-European
para-
- to form nouns and adjectives expressing similarity
paramedic, paramilitary, para-professional
- referring to activities involving parachutes
parachute, paragliding, parasailing
part-
- to form adjectives and nouns from past participles and nouns
part-assembled, part-concealed, part-constructed, part-cooked, part-owner, part-ownership, part-payment
-people
- to form nouns referring to people who live in a particular place or involved in some activity
country-people, townspeople, tradespeople
-person
- referring to occupation or involvement
chairperson, newsperson, spokesperson
- referring to numbers
a eleven-person game, a three-person flat, a two-person board game
-phile
- in words which describe someone who likes something very much
bibliophile, Europhile, Anglophile, Francophile
-phobia, -phobic
- in words which have 'fear' or 'drad' as part of their meaning
agoraphobia, agoraphobic, claustrophobia, claustrophobic, homophobia, hydrophobia, xenophobia, xenophobic
phon-
- in words with 'sound' or 'voice' as part of their meaning
phonetic, phonetics, phonic, phonograph, phonology
-phone
- referring to words connected with instruments
gramophone, megaphone, microphone, saxophone, telephone
-piece
- used with numbers
a two-piece dress, a one-piece costume
- referring to use or position
chimney-piece, earpiece, eyepiece, mouthpiece
poly-
- referring to words which have 'many' as part of their meaning
polyglot, polygon, polygraph, polyphony, polysyllabic, polytechnic
-poor
- to form adjectives
nutrient-poor, oxygen-poor, resource-poor
-post
- to form nouns and adjectives
post-election, post-examination, post-impressionism, post-independence, post-medieval, post-modernism, post-natal, post-race, post-religious, post-renaissance
- referring to postal services
postbag, post-box, postcard, postcode, postman, postmark, postmaster, post-office, post-service
pre-
- referring to something before
pre-birth, pre-budget, pre-Christmas, pre-dawn, pre-delivery, pre-dinner, pre-election, pre-examination, pre-game, pre-independece, pre-lunch, premarital, pre-match, pre-race, pre-retirement, pre-revolution, pre-school, pre-transformation
- referring to an action which has already happened
pre-arranged, pre-booked, preconception, pre-cooked, pre-cut, predestination, pre-digested, pre-heated, premeditation, pre-packed, pre-paid, pre-payment, pre-planned, pre-prepared, pre-recorded, pre-selected
pro-
- expressing support
pro-allies, pro-business, pro-capitalist, pro-choice, pro-communist, pro-democracy, pro-family, pro-feminst, pro-government, pro-monarchy, pro-nationalist, pro-union
-proof
- to form adjectives
accident-proof, bullet-proof, child-proof, damp-proof, dust-proof, fireproof, foolprood, frost-proof, heatproof, inflation-proof, leakproof, ovenproof, rainproof, rust-proof, shoundproof, storm-proof, water-proof, windproof
psych-
- in words with 'mind' or 'mental processes' as part of their meaning
psychiatrist, psychiatry, psychic, psychoanalyst, psychological, psychology, psychopath
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