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amphi-

 
word element [Gr.], both; on both sides.

amphi-

(am'fi),
On both sides, surrounding, double; corresponds to L. ambi-.
[G. amphi, amphi-, on both sides, about, around]

amphi-

Combining form meaning on both sides, surrounding, double; corresponds to L. ambi-.
[G. amphi-, on both sides, about, around]

amphi-

A prefix meaning two, both or either.

amphi-

prefix denoting
  1. both kinds.
  2. around.

amphi-

Combining form denoting on both sides, surrounding, double; corresponds to L. ambi-.
[G. amphi-, on both sides, about, around]
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A few days later, the Hackensaw Boys will bring their rootsy Americana sound to a free show at the Erb Memorial Union amphi- theater.
The Roman amphi- theatre in Nimes is worth the climb to look down into the arena, banked with 25,000 seats, where you can imagine the sights and sounds of a crowd hungry for entertainment and baying for blood.
This year's festival, "Cole Porter Night and Day," offers two weeks of concerts, films and lectures at the Shedd, the Hult Center and the Cuthbert Amphi- theater.