"aféresis" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [Spanish]

IPA: /aˈfeɾesis/, [aˈfe.ɾe.sis]
Etymology: From Ancient Greek ἀφαίρεσις (aphaíresis, “a taking away”), from ἀφαιρέω (aphairéō, “to take away from”), from ἀπό (apó, “away from”) + αἱρέω (hairéō, “to take, grasp, seize”). Etymology templates: {{bor|es|grc|ἀφαίρεσις||a taking away}} Ancient Greek ἀφαίρεσις (aphaíresis, “a taking away”), {{m|grc|ἀφαιρέω||to take away from}} ἀφαιρέω (aphairéō, “to take away from”), {{m|grc|ἀπό||away from}} ἀπό (apó, “away from”), {{m|grc|αἱρέω||to take, grasp, seize}} αἱρέω (hairéō, “to take, grasp, seize”) Head templates: {{es-noun|f}} aféresis f (plural aféresis) Forms: aféresis [plural]
  1. (medicine, linguistics) apheresis Wikipedia link: es:Aféresis (fonética), es:Aféresis (medicina) Tags: feminine Categories (topical): Linguistics, Medicine
    Sense id: aféresis-es-noun-7UG2Wnbe Topics: human-sciences, linguistics, medicine, sciences

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