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en-prefix

uk   /ɪn-/ /en-/  us   /ɪn-/  /en-/ (before b or p em-)
used to ​formverbs that ​mean to put into or onto something: encase encircle endanger
used to ​formverbs that ​mean to ​cause to be something: enable endear enlarge enrich
used to ​formverbs that ​mean to ​provide with something: empower

-ensuffix

uk   / -ən/  us   / -ən/
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“en-” in English

Just who is driving this thing?
Just who is driving this thing?
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