See also: apo, APO, and 'a pó

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EtymologyEdit

From the Ancient Greek prefix ἀπό-(apó-), from the preposition ἀπό(apó, from, away from), from the Proto-Indo-European *h₂epo(off, away), whence the English words off and of, and ab- (via Latin).

PrefixEdit

apo-

  1. away from, or separate
  2. without, or lacking
  3. (chemistry) derived from, or related to
  4. (biochemistry) the apoprotein form of the protein

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PronunciationEdit

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apo-

  1. apo-

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ItalianEdit

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apo-

  1. apo- (all senses)

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PrefixEdit

apo-

  1. apo- (away from; separate)
  2. apo- (without; lacking)
  3. (chemistry) apo- (derived from, or related to)
  4. (biochemistry) apo- (the apoprotein form of the protein)