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hydro-

prefix uk   /haɪ.drəʊ-/ /-drə-/  us   /-droʊ-/

hydro- prefix (WATER)

connected with or using the power of water: hydroponic (= a method of growing plants in water)

hydro- prefix (GAS)

Translations of “hydro-”
in Chinese (Traditional) 水, 水力的, 利用水力的…
in Russian водо-, гидро-…
in Turkish suyla ilgili anlamında ön ek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水, 水力的, 利用水力的…
in Polish hydro-…
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