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VOCABULARY UNIT 7. THEME: NEGATION. PREFIXES. ANTI = AGAINST, OPPOSITE DIS = NOT, OPOSITE OF, REVERSE AB = AWAY FROM. ANTIBIOTIC . ANTI = Against, Opposite. ANTIBIOTIC. Mira received an antibiotic to treat her infected tooth. ANTIBIOTIC.

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vocabulary unit 7

VOCABULARY UNIT 7

THEME: NEGATION

prefixes
PREFIXES
  • ANTI= AGAINST, OPPOSITE
  • DIS= NOT, OPOSITE OF, REVERSE
  • AB= AWAY FROM
antibiotic
ANTIBIOTIC

ANTI = Against, Opposite

antibiotic1
ANTIBIOTIC

Mira received an antibiotic to treat her infected tooth.

antibiotic2
ANTIBIOTIC
  • (n.) A substance that destroys bacteria; used

as a medication

anticlimactic
ANTICLIMACTIC

anti =opposite

anticlimactic1
ANTICLIMACTIC
  • After an exciting visit to explore ancient Mayan ruins, we found the rest of our trip to be anticlimacticand boring.
anticlimactic2
ANTICLIMACTIC
  • (adj.) A disappointing end after a big build up;

sudden lowering of tone

antidote
ANTIDOTE

Anti = against, opposite

antidote1
ANTIDOTE

The doctor gave the child an antidotefor her rattlesnake bite.

antidote2
ANTIDOTE
  • (n.) A substance that counteracts poison; welcomed relief or remedy
disarming
DISARMING

Dis = not, opposite of

disarming1
DISARMING

Tom’s disarming smile and polite manners convinced

the teacher that he would be an excellent volunteer.

disarming2
DISARMING
  • (adj.) Making somebody feel more friendly or trusting;

charming or appealing

disclaimer
DISCLAIMER

Prefix: DIS = not

disclaimer1
DISCLAIMER

The novel carried the usual

disclaimer that characters

had no resemblance to living

persons.

disclaimer2
DISCLAIMER
  • (n.) a refusal to accept responsibility;

a statement that says somebody gives up a legal right or gives up a claim to

something

discrepancy
DISCREPANCY

Dis= not, opposite of

discrepancy1
DISCREPANCY

There was a wide discrepancy in the statements of the two eyewitnesses.

discrepancy2
DISCREPANCY
  • (n.) failure to match;

a distinct difference between two things

disgruntled
DISGRUNTLED

Dis = not, opposite of

disgruntled1
DISGRUNTLED

Disgruntled students protested a new dress code that eliminated jeans and hoodies.

disgruntled2
DISGRUNTLED
  • (adj.) To feel dissatisfied or irritated
abnormal
ABNORMAL

Prefix: AB = Away from

abnormal1
ABNORMAL
  • The man had an abnormal skin condition which caused pain and severe itching.
abnormal2
ABNORMAL
  • (adj.) unusual or unexpected, especially in a way that causes alarm or anxiety
  • (adj.) Not normal, deviating from a standard
abstain
ABSTAIN

AB = Away from

abstain1
ABSTAIN

Maria chose to fast and abstain from eating meat to express her religious faith.

abstain2
ABSTAIN
  • (v.) To not vote; to choose

not to do something

abstract
ABSTRACT

Prefix: AB = Away from

abstract1
ABSTRACT

Eliza demonstrated unusual colors and free-form designs

in her abstract paintings.

abstract2
ABSTRACT
  • (adj.) Not concrete; conceptual; theoretical