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Study the word list: prefix anti

The prefix anti- means against and modifies the defintion of a word. For example anti- + clockwise = anticlockwise (or against clockwise).

How many of these anti- words can you spell?

antiseptic Mum put some antiseptic on his cut knee.
anticlockwise Run around the track in an anticlockwise direction.
anticlimax I thought the end of the film was an anticlimax.
antisocial Behaving rudely in public is antisocial.
antifreeze Use antifreeze to protect the car's engine.
antibiotic The doctor gave me an antibiotic to fight my cold.
antibacterial You need to wash your hands with antibacterial soap to keep them clean and germ free!
antiviral An antiviral drug is used to treat diseases caused by viruses,.
antidote On the jungle trek they took an antidote to snake bites.
antihistamine When I was stung by a wasp, my mum put some antihistamine cream on to stop it itching.
antibody An antibody is a substance which is produced in blood in order to destroy diseases and infections.

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