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Sym- prefix assim. Form of *syn- before b, m, p.Symptom n. 1 physical or mental sign of disease. 2 sign of the existence of something.  symptomatic adj. [greek pipto fall] klorokin Syncopate v. (-ting) 1 displace the beats or accents in (music). 2 shorten (a word) by dropping interior letters.  syncopation n. [latin: related to *syncope]Spark �n. 1 fiery particle thrown from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by a flint, match, etc. 2 (often foll. By of) small amount (spark of interest). 3 a flash of light between electric conductors etc. B this serving to ignite the explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine. 4 a flash of wit etc. B (also bright spark) witty or lively person. �v. 1 emit a spark or sparks. 2 (often foll. By off) stir into activity; initiate.  sparky adj. [old english]Synoptic adj. Of or giving a synopsis. [greek: related to *synopsis]Spat1 past and past part. Of *spit1.Spanking �adj. 1 brisk. 2 colloq. Striking; excellent. �adv. Colloq. Very (spanking new). �n. Slapping on the buttocks.Symptom n. 1 physical or mental sign of disease. 2 sign of the existence of something.  symptomatic adj. [greek pipto fall]Spark �n. 1 fiery particle thrown from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by a flint, match, etc. 2 (often foll. By of) small amount (spark of interest). 3 a flash of light between electric conductors etc. B this serving to ignite the explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine. 4 a flash of wit etc. B (also bright spark) witty or lively person. �v. 1 emit a spark or sparks. 2 (often foll. By off) stir into activity; initiate.  sparky adj. [old english]Synoptic adj. Of or giving a synopsis. [greek: related to *synopsis]




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