• Definition for "en-"
    • To put into or onto: encapsulate.
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en- definition

  • prefix:
    • To put into or onto: encapsulate.
    • To go into or onto: enplane.
    • to pay for or provide with: enrobe.
    • resulting in to-be: endear.
    • Thoroughly. Utilized frequently as an intensive: entangle.
    • In; into; within: enzootic.
    • in, into, on, onto
    • covered
    • caused
    • as an intensifier
    • to place into or onto: encapsulate.
    • going into or onto: enplane.
    • To cover or supply with: enrobe.
    • To cause become: endear.
    • Thoroughly. Used usually as an extensive: entangle.
    • In; into; within: enzootic.
    • in, into, on, onto
    • covered
    • caused
    • as an intensifier
    • to place into or onto: encapsulate.
    • To go into or onto: enplane.
    • to pay for or provide with: enrobe.
    • resulting in becoming: endear.
    • Thoroughly. Made use of usually as an extensive: entangle.
    • In; into; within: enzootic.
    • in, into, on, onto
    • covered
    • caused
    • as an intensifier
  • others:
    • A prefix signifying in or into, used in numerous English terms, mainly those borrowed from the French. Some English words tend to be written indifferently with en-or in-. For easy pronunciation its commonly changed to em-before p, b, and m, as in employ, embody, emmew. Its often regularly give a causal force, like in enable, enfeeble, to cause become, or even make, in a position, or feeble; and often simply gives an extensive power, such as enchasten. See in-.
    • A prefix from Gr. � in, meaning in. See In-.
    • A prefix signifying in or into, found in many English words, mainly those borrowed through the French. Some English terms are written indifferently with en-or in-. For simple pronunciation it really is frequently altered to em-before p, b, and m, as with use, embody, emmew. It is often used to give a causal power, like in enable, enfeeble, to cause becoming, or to make, in a position, or feeble; and often merely gives an extensive force, such as enchasten. See in-.
    • A prefix from Gr. � in, indicating in. See In-.
    • A prefix signifying in or into, found in many English terms, mainly those lent through the French. Some English terms tend to be written indifferently with en-or in-. For easy pronunciation it's frequently changed to em-before p, b, and m, as with use, embody, emmew. It's sometimes accustomed give a causal force, like in enable, enfeeble, to cause becoming, or to make, able, or feeble; and quite often merely offers an extensive force, like in enchasten. See in-.
    • A prefix from Gr. � in, meaning in. See In-.
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