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lapinskicho on 2011-5-26

Words with prefix "ex" and "extra" (87)

"ex" means out/outside, "extra" means outside/except/without, both originate from Latin.
lapinskicho on 2011-3-11

Words with root "stru" or "struct" (11)

Root stru or struct originates from Latin verb struere and its past participle structus, meaning build.
lapinskicho on 2011-1-25

Words with prefix "sym" or "syn" (14)

Prefix "sym" or "syn" originates from Greek, meaning with or together with. The prefix can also be "sy" or "syl" in spelling.
lapinskicho on 2011-1-14

Words with root "grad" or "gress" (17)

"grad" and "gress" are originated from Latin verb gradus/gressus, meaning to walk or to advance.
lapinskicho on 2011-1-8

Words with root "cur" (9)

Root "cur" is originated from Latin word "cūrāre", means care, cure or manage.
lapinskicho on 2011-1-5

Words with root "dia" (10)

dia is a root word originated from Greek, meaning "through" or "between".
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Phrasal verbs G (36)

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Phrasal verbs E-F (11)

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Phrasal verbs C-D (36)

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on 2010-5-25

Phrasal verbs A-B (18)

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