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Meaning of “poly-” - Learner’s Dictionary

poly-

prefix     /pɒli-/
many: polygamy (= having more than one husband or wife at the same time) a polygon (= a shape with many sides) Large in number or quantity
Translations of “poly-”
in Chinese (Traditional) (構詞)多,複,聚…
in Russian много-, поли-…
in Turkish çok, çok sayıda anlamında ön ek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (构词)多,复,聚…
in Polish wielo-, poli-…
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