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Vocab List #7 + G/L

Vocab List #7 + G/L Roots: cogn, corp, dict + Prefixes: con-, and dis-

TermDefinition
cogn the root word that means to learn, to know, or to think
corp the root word that means "the body"
dict the root word that means to say, or having to do with words
con- the prefix that means thoroughly, with, or together
dis- the prefix that means apart, not, or the opposite of
concede to admit to something
conservative tending to resist change; traditional
contrary totally different; opposing; conflicting
denounce to openly express disapproval of (something)
deter to prevent or discourage
disclose to reveal; to make known
scapegoat someone blamed for the mistakes of others
superficial lacking depth or meaning; shallow (emotionally)
sustain to keep something going; to continue; to maintain
transition a change from one activity, condition, or location to another
Created by: JMPedersen