uni- prefix Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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uni-prefix

uk   us   /juː.nɪ-/
having or consisting of only one: unilateral unisex
Translations of “uni-”
in Chinese (Traditional) 單…, 一…,獨……
in Chinese (Simplified) 单…, 一…,独……
(Definition of uni- prefix from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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