Przedrostki i przyrostki na literę S

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Showing: 12 prefixes/suffixes, 26 meanings

Letter 'S' (12)

-scape
- to form nouns which describe the view of an area
cityscape, cloudscape, lakescape, landscape, moonscape, mudscape, riverscape, seascape, skyscape, snowscape, starscape, townscape
self-
- to form words describing actions done to or by yourself
self-analysis, self-appointed, self-approval, self-awareness, self-catering, self-control, self-criticism, self-defeating, self-defece, self-denial, self-discipline, self-doubt, self-educated, self-employed, self-hate, self-image, self-indulgence, self-interest, self-knowledge, self-love, self-management, self-pity, self-portrait, self-protection, self-reliance, self-service, self-taught
- to form nouns or adjectives which describe how people feel about themselves
self-assertive, self-assurance, self-assured, self-confidence, self-confident, self-conscious, self-esteem, self-importance, self-important, self-possessed, self-respect, self-respecting, self-satisfied
semi-
- to form nouns and adjectives which describe something only party true
semi-automatic, semi-conscious, semi-dark, semi-darkness, semi-human, semi-liquid, semi-mystical, semi-naked, semi-official, semi-organic, semi-permanent, semi-precious, semi-retired, semi-skilled, semi-soft
- to form nouns and adjectives which express the idea that something is equal to one half of something else
semi-annual, semicircle, semicircular, semi-detached, semi-tone
-ship
- to form nouns which refer to people in a particular occupation or position
apprenticeship, authorship, chairmanship, citizenship, deanship, directorship, doctorship, editorship, headmastership, leadership, membership, ownership, premiership, professorship, stewardship, studentship, traineeship
- to form nouns which refer to the skill the people used when doing the job or occupation
craftsmanship, draftsmanship, horsemanship, marksmanship, musicianship, salesmanship, seamanship, showmanship, sportsmanship, workmanship
- to form nouns which refer to a relations between two or more people and things
acquaintanceship, companionship, friendship, partnership, relationship
- to form nouns which refer to types of vehicles
airship, battleship, gunship, spaceship, steamship, troopship, warship
-side
- to form referring to the edge of the place
bedside, deskside, fireside, heartside, hillside, lakeside, mountainside, parkside, poolside, ringside, riverside, roadside, seaside, waterside
- to form nouns
earthside, grass-side, greenside, innerside, left-side, northside, openside, palm-side, passenger-side, right-side, sand-side, southside, underside, upperside
-size, sized
- to form adjectives from nouns which describe the same size as something else
apple-sized, button-sized, cat-sized, city-sized, coin-sized, cottage-sized, farm-sized, finger-sized, fist-sized, man-sized, mouse-sized, page-sized, pea-sized, pin-sized, postcard-sized, poster-sized, room-sized, teaspoon-size, wall-size
- to form adjectives from nouns describing something as being a suitable size for a particular purpose
adult-size, child-size, family-size, man-size, pocket-size
- to form adjectives referring to the size
average size, full-size, giant-size, good-size, large-size, medium-size, middle-size, mid-size, moderate-size, normal-size, ordinary-size, small-size, standard-size
-some
- to form adjectives from nouns and verbs
adventuresome, bothersome, loathsome, lonesome, meddlesome, quarrelsome, venturesome
- to form adjectives from nouns, verbs and adjectives
awesome, fearsome, tiresome, troublesome, wearisome, worrisome
- to form nouns
chromosome, handsome, noisome, toothsome, wholesome
-speak
- to form nouns
computer-speak, consumer-speak, lawyer-speak, marketing-speak, media-speak, teacher-speak
step-
- to form nouns
stepbrother, stepdaughter, stepfather, stepmother, step-parent, stepsister, stepson
-striken
- to form adjectives from nouns
awe-stricken, famine-stricken, fear-striken, grief-stricken, guilt-stricken, horror-stricken, panic-stricken, poverty-stricken, terror-stricken
sub-
- to form nouns
sub-branch, sub-centre, sub-chief, sub-class, sub-contractor, subculture, subdepartment, subdivision, sub-editor, sub-group, sub-heading, sub-paragraph, sub-party, sub-plot, subset, sub-species, sub-system, sub-text, sub-total, subtype
- to form nouns, adjectives and verbs which describe things which are beneath something else
sub-basement, subcurrent, submarine, submerge, suboceanic, subsea, subsoil, sub-surface, subterranean, subtitle, subway
- to form nouns and adjectives which describe things that are inferior, smaller
sub-freezing, subhuman, sub-humid, subnormal, substandard, subteenage, sub-zero
super-
- to form adjectives describing quality in a very large degree
super-active, super-cheap, super-clever, super-dominant, super-efficient, super-friendly, super-heavy, super-intelligent, supermodern, super-quick, super-rich, super-secure, super-sensitive, supersophisticated
- to form nouns
superathlete, superbrain, super-computer, super-genius, super-hero, superhighway, super-leader, superman, supermarket, superpower, superstar, superstate, superstore, supertanker
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