from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A prefix of Latin origin, meaning ‘back’ or ‘backward,’ ‘behind’: equivalent to post-, and the opposite of
ante-(also of pre- or pro-) with reference to place or position, rarely to time; sometimes also equivalent to re- and opposed to pre- or pro-. It corresponds to opistho- in words from the Greek.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- A prefix or combining form signifying
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- prefix in the
- prefix informal in an
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- adjective affecting things past
- noun a fashion reminiscent of the past
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