sub- prefix Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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sub-prefix

uk   us   /sʌb-/

sub- prefix (BELOW)

under or below: Winter weather brought sub-zero (= less than 0 degrees) temperatures to much of the country.

sub- prefix (NOT QUITE)

sub- prefix (NOT EQUAL)

sub- prefix (SMALLER)

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