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deutero-

, deut-deuto- (dū'tĕr-ō, dūt, dū'tō),
Prefixes meaning two, or second (in a series); secondary.
[G. deuteros, second]
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deutero-

, deut- , deuto-
Combining forms meaning two, or second (in a series); secondary.
[G. deuteros, second]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

deuto-

or

deutero-

prefix denoting secondary.
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