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[ex <L. from, out of] appropriate to a purpose or useful in achieving a goal n. a means to an end
[ex <L. from out of] `. to help or hurry the progress of something 2. of business, to perform business quickly
[de <L. from, away from, down from, and grus,gruis <L. crane: from the three-line claw-shaped mark used to show succession in a pedigree] 1. a line or list of ancestors, especially of a distinguished kind 2. a recorded line of descent showing pure breeding of animals
[metron <G. measure] a device that calculates distance traveled by counting the number of steps taken
[anti <G. against] 1. any two places on opposite sides of the earth 2. something that is the exact opposite of or contrary to something else
[podion <G. small foot] an elevated platform for an orchestra conductor or lecturer; a dais (in biology, any foot-like structure)
[ag = ad <L. to, toward] 1. the act or habit of launching attacks; invasion 2. hostile action or behavior
[de <L. from, away from] reduction in rank or status, especially of office or dignity 2. lowering of moral or intellectual character 3. disgrace or dishonor
[di = dis <L. away from, apart] to stray from the main topic in writing or speaking; to turn aside
1. able to walk about 2. pertaining to walking n. a place for walking; an arcade; a cloister
[per = prae <L. before] a preliminary statement in speech or writing; an introductory part
1. stubbornly resistant to authority or guidance 2. hard to manage [re (latin) = back, again]
serving as a necessary part of a whole n. a voter of a district represented by an elected official [con = cum (Latin) = with]
[de <L. from, away from] to cease doing something; to forbear; to abstain (often used with from)
[re <L. back, again] 1. restoration of a thing to its proper owner or its original state 2. repayment or repair for injury or damage
1. the position of the body and the feet while standing 2. an emotional or mental attitude
1. at rest; unmoving 2. pertaining to electric charges n. interference in radio and television signals as a result of electrical disturbances
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