Chapter 4. Latin Prefixes. Part 1. AB-, A-, ABS-: “from,” “away,” “off” AB (“off”) + RUPT (“broken”) = ABRUPT (“broken off”, “sudden”) A (“away”) + VERT (“turn”) = AVERT (“turn away”) ABS (“from”) + TAIN (“hold”) = ABSTAIN (“hold from”; refrain”. 1. Abdicate .
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Formally remove oneself from; give up; relinquish; renounce; resign
Carry off or lead away by force; kidnap
Shrink from; detest; loathe; hate
Deviating from the normal; unusual; irregular
Scraping or wearing away of the skin by friction; irritation
Broken off; sudden; unexpected
Steal off and hide; depart secretly; flee; escape