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brady-

 
word element [Gr.], slow.

brady-

(brad'ē),
Slow.
[G. bradys, slow]

brady-

word element [Gr.], slow.

brady-

[brad′ē-]
prefix meaning "slow, dull": bradycardia, bradydiastalsis, bradyphagia.

brady-

A widely used root for slow; from the Greek bradys, slow.

brady-

Greek root for slow

brady-

Combining form meaning slow.
[G. bradys, slow]

brady-

Combining form denoting slow.

brady-

prefix denoting slowness.

brady-

Combining form meaning slow.
[G. bradys, slow]

brady-

word element. [Gr.] slow.
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