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eu- prefix repr. Gr. eu-, comb. form of Gr. (Epic) eús good, brave, used in n. form as adv. ‘well’. Gr. words with eu- are predominantly adjs. of the form eúphōnos of good sound, well-sounding, EUPHONIOUS. For mod. formations see EUGENIC, etc.; eurhythmics harmony of bodily movement as an object of education.

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eu- From the Greek eu, ‘well’, ‘good’, or ‘easily’, a prefix with the same meaning, usually attached to words of Greek derivation, and used in ecology to denote, in particular, enrichment or abundance, e.g. ‘eutrophic’, nutrient-rich; ‘euphotic’, light-rich.

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eu- From the Greek eu meaning ‘well’ or ‘easily’, a prefix meaning ‘well’, ‘good’, etc. It is used in ecology to denote, in particular, enrichment or abundance, e.g. ‘eutrophic’, nutrient-rich; ‘euphotic’, lightrich.

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eu- A prefix meaning ‘well’, ‘good’, etc. It is used in ecology to denote, in particular, enrichment or abundance, e.g. ‘eutrophic’, nutrient-rich; ‘euphotic’, light-rich.

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eu- The Greek eu, used as a prefix meaning ‘well’, ‘good’, etc. It is used in ecology to denote, in particular, enrichment or abundance, e.g. eutrophic, nutrient-rich; euphotic, light-rich.

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eu- • comb. form good; well; easily; normal: eupeptic euphony.

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eu- prefix denoting
1. good, well, or easy.

2. normal.

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