Definitions for ANTIˈæn taɪ, ˈæn ti
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an•tiˈæn taɪ, ˈæn ti(n.)(pl.)-tis.
a person who is opposed to a particular practice, party, policy, action, etc.
Origin of anti:
1780–90; anti -
a prefix meaning “against, opposed to, prejudicial to” (
anti-abortion; anti-Semitic; antislavery
anticlimax; antihero; antiparticle
Category: Physics, Affix
Origin of anti-:
ME < L < Gk, prefixal use of antí; akin to and
a person who is opposed (to an action or policy or practice etc.)
"the antis smelled victory after a long battle"
not in favor of (an action or proposal etc.)
A person opposed to a concept or principle.
Describing a torsion angle between 90u00B0 and 180u00B0
A word used before a noun or noun phrase to indicate opposition to the concept expressed by the noun or noun phrase.
a prefix meaning against, opposite or opposed to, contrary, or in place of; -- used in composition in many English words. It is often shortened to ant-; as, antacid, antarctic
Translations for ANTI
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
against, as in anti-aircraft .
- مُضاد لِArabic
- anti-Portuguese (BR)
- αντι- (ως α΄ συνθ.)Greek
- anti-, vastu-, eba-Estonian
- विरोधी, प्रतिरोधHindi
- ellen-, ...elleniHungarian
- penangkal, anti-Indonesian
- anti-, prieš-Lithuanian
- anti-, mot-Norwegian
- przeciw, anty-Polish
- ضد ، مخالفPashto
- anti-, proti-Slovenian
- birşeye karşı etkili olanTurkish
- 反Chinese (Trad.)
- проти-, анти-Ukrainian
- خلاف ، ضدUrdu
- chống lạiVietnamese
- 反Chinese (Simp.)
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