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pluri-

combining form
1.
denoting several: pluriliteral, pluripresence
Word Origin
from Latin plur-, plus more, plures several
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Word Origin and History for pluri-

word-forming element meaning "more than one, several, many," from Latin pluri-, from stem of plus (genitive pluris); see plus.

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pluri- in Medicine

pluri- pref.
More than one; several: pluriglandular.

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