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Study the word list: Group 3 List 22

Prefixes -re and -anti

translate:
reappear The sun began to reappear from behind the clouds. *
antisocial Behaving rudely in public is antisocial.
recharge Plug in your phone to recharge the battery. *
refresh Refresh the web page to get the latest scores.
anticlockwise Run around the track in an anticlockwise direction.
rewrite Rewrite the sentence. *
recreate The children tried to recreate the play they had watched. *
antiseptic Mum put some antiseptic on his cut knee.
reheat Never reheat rice! *
redesign
anticlimax I thought the end of the film was an anticlimax.
resend I will resend the E-Mail that I sent yesterday. Don't delete it this time! *
return It's time for us to return home.
antivirus The computer needed an antivirus program to get rid of the virus. *
reapply I decided to reapply for the job. *
reopen Did you reopen the carrier? The cat has escaped. *
antibiotic Discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928, penicillin is an antibiotic that kills some kinds of bacteria. *

This public word list was created by Kilburn Junior School within the folder Year 3 Team Courage

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