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se-
Pronunciation: /sə/ /si/

Definition of se- in English:

prefix

In words adopted from Latin originally meaning ‘apart’ (as in separate) or meaning ‘without’ (as in secure).

Origin

From Latin se-, from the earlier preposition and adverb se.

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