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Prefix Definition: in front, against, in the way of
Adjective No longer in use, out of date
Adjective Definition: not clearly seen, vague
Prefix Definition: with, together
Adjective Friendly, social, enjoy partying
Prefix Definition: again, back
Verb Definition: to find a solution, to settle an argument Other forms: resolution
Noun Definition: an attempt to disprove or contradict an argument
Prefix Definition: apart
Verb Definition: to come to know or recognize
Verb Definition: to speak or write about something that is not on the topic
Verb Definition: to mark or show a difference
Prefix Definition: against
Noun Definition: a substance added to a liquid to prevent it from freezing
Noun Definition: a word that means the opposite of another word
Prefix Definition: between, among
Adjective Definition: occurring between stars
Adjective Definition: occurring between nations
Prefix Definition: two
Adjective Definition: able to speak two language
Adjective or Noun Definition: eye glasses divided into two parts
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