EnglishEdit

PrefixEdit

z-

  1. (computer graphics) z-axis

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CzechEdit

EtymologyEdit

z used as a prefix.

PrefixEdit

z-

  1. A prefix, indicating a change of state.

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MalteseEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /t/, thus creating /tt͡s-/

ArticleEdit

z-

  1. Alternative form of il-

Usage notesEdit

  • Used after a vowel and before the letter z. For details on usage, see the main lemma.

PolishEdit

PrefixEdit

z-

  1. Used before vowels or voiced consonants, as well as h and s before vowels or z to form a verb in a perfective aspect from a verb in an imperfective aspect.
    z- + ‎decydować → ‎zdecydować
    z- + ‎dzielać → ‎zdzielać
    z- + ‎denerwować → ‎zdenerwować
    z- + ‎gnieść → ‎zgnieść
    z- + ‎hańbić → ‎zhańbić
    z- + ‎irytować → ‎zirytować
    z- + ‎jeść → ‎zjeść
    z- + ‎łamać → ‎złamać
    z- + ‎martwić → ‎zmartwić
    z- + ‎niszczyć → ‎zniszczyć
    z- + ‎orientować → ‎zorientować
    z- + ‎ranić → ‎zranić
    z- + ‎robić → ‎zrobić
    z- + ‎szokować → ‎zszokować
    z- + ‎wiedzić → ‎zwiedzić
  2. Off, out or from.
    zjazdan exit, output
    znosićto bear, stand from

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Further readingEdit

  • z- in Polish dictionaries at PWN

SloveneEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *sъ-. Prefixed form of the preposition z.

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

z-

  1. Forms perfective verbs with the following meanings:
    1. (no change in meaning)
      z- + ‎budīti (to wake) → ‎zbudīti (to wake)
    2. away, aside, down
      z- + ‎téči (to run) → ‎stéči (to run away)
    3. up
      z- + ‎lẹ́sti (to climb) → ‎zlẹ́sti (to climb up)
    4. together
      z- + ‎varīti (to weld) → ‎zvarīti (to weld together)

Usage notesEdit

Before voiceless consonants, the variant s- is used. Before the sibilants s or z, the variant se- is used.

Derived termsEdit