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anti British & World English

Opposed to; against

anti- British & World English

Opposed to; against

anti-g British & World English

Short for antigravity.

anti-gay British & World English

Prejudiced against or opposed to homosexuality or homosexuals

anti-hero British & World English

A central character in a story, film, or drama who lacks conventional heroic attributes

anti-life British & World English

Opposed to or restricting the full development of natural life

anti-lock British & World English

(Of brakes) designed so as to prevent the wheels locking and the vehicle skidding if applied suddenly

anti-tank British & World English

For use against enemy tanks

anti-vax British & World English

Opposed to vaccination

anti-war British & World English

Opposed to war in general or to the conduct of a specific war

anti-ageing British & World English

(Of a product or technique) designed to prevent the appearance of getting older

anti-choice British & World English

Opposed to granting choice, especially the right to choose abortion

anti-emetic British & World English

(Chiefly of a drug) preventing vomiting

anti-fraud British & World English

Designed to prevent fraudulent practices

anti-knock British & World English

A substance (such as tetraethyl lead) added to petrol to inhibit pre-ignition

anti-noise British & World English

Promoting the suppression or reduction of noise

anti-piracy British & World English

Designed to prevent the unauthorized use or reproduction of copyright material

anti-racism British & World English

The policy or practice of opposing racism and promoting racial tolerance

anti-static British & World English

Preventing the build-up of static electricity or reducing its effects

anti-vaxxer British & World English

A person who is opposed to vaccination, typically a parent who does not wish to vaccinate their child

anti-abortion British & World English

Opposing or legislating against medically induced abortion

anti-aircraft British & World English

(Especially of a gun or missile) used to attack enemy aircraft

anti-American British & World English

Hostile to the interests of the United States

anti-British British & World English

Hostile to the interests of Britain or the United Kingdom

anti-feminist British & World English

Opposed to feminism

anti-heroine British & World English

A female anti-hero

anti-magnetic British & World English

(Especially of watches) resistant to magnetization

anti-national British & World English

Opposed to national interests or nationalism

anti-nuclear British & World English

Opposed to the development of nuclear weapons or nuclear power

anti-Semitism British & World English

Hostility to or prejudice against Jews

anti-slavery British & World English

Opposed to the practice or system of slavery

anti-tetanus British & World English

Preventing or effective against tetanus

anti-Western British & World English

Hostile to the interests of Europe and North America, especially the United States

anti-apartheid British & World English

Opposed to a policy or system of apartheid

anti-capitalist British & World English

Opposed to capitalism

anti-Christian British & World English

Opposed to Christianity or Christian values

anti-communist British & World English

Opposed to communism

anti-corruption British & World English

Designed to eradicate or prevent dishonest or fraudulent conduct, especially in a political context

anti-democratic British & World English

In conflict with the principles of democracy

anti-government British & World English

Against a government or the administration in office

anti-infective British & World English

(Of a drug) used to prevent infection

anti-monarchist British & World English

An opponent of monarchy


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