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- See also dis
- IPA: /dɪs/
- You add "dis-" to the front of verbs, adjectives, adverbs, or nouns to make them mean the opposite or negative or their usual meaning.
- The opposite of honesty is dishonesty.
- If two people disagree, they do not agree.
- You add "dis-" to the front of a verb, it adds a meaning of "away" or "apart".
- If you dismiss somebody, you send them away.
- If you dispurse seeds, you spread them out on the ground.