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con-

(kon),
With, together, in association; appears as com- before p, b, or m, as col- before l, and as co- before a vowel; corresponds to G. syn-.
[L. cum, with, together]

com-

See co-.

con-

Prefix meaning with, together, in association; appears as com- before p, b, or m; as col- before l; and as co- before a vowel; corresponds to G. syn-.
[L. cum, with, together]

co-, con-

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com-

prefix denoting with, together. CO2 acceptor a molecule (ribulose diphosphate) whose function is to combine with carbon dioxide in the CALVIN CYCLE.
References in classic literature ?
George Willard shook his head and a note of com- mand came into his voice.
Almost all the joints of the machinery present a com- plicated system of sliding parts moving over small but beauti- fully curved friction bearings.
He said it would fetch bad luck; and besides, he said, he might come and ha'nt us; he said a man that warn't buried was more likely to go a- ha'nting around than one that was planted and com- fortable.