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A suffix is an affix that is added to the end of a word to create a new word with a different meaning (e.g. philia, ism).
1. (denoting manner or degree; used with adjectives to form adverbs)
2. (relative to; often used with nouns to form adjectives)
3. (every expressed unit of time; often used with nouns to form adjectives)
Maria has a weekly date with her husband to go dancing.María tiene una cita semanal con su esposo para salir a bailar.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
A daily walk will keep you healthy.Una caminata diaria te conservará la salud.
The monk begins every day with his daily prayers.El monje comienza todos los días con sus oraciones diarias.
4. (characteristic of; often used with nouns to form adjectives)
My roommate's dad offered me some fatherly advice.El papá de mi compañero de cuarto me ofreció un consejo paternal.
The painting depicts a princely figure with a young woman.La pintura muestra una figura principesca con una joven.
Diana loves Tony's manly scent.A Diana le encanta el aroma masculino de Tony.
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