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medico-

1.
a combining form representing medical, in compound words:
medicolegal.
Origin
combining form representing Latin medicus of, pertaining to healing; see medical
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British Dictionary definitions for medico-

medico-

combining form
1.
medical: medicolegal
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Word Origin and History for medico-

used as a comb. form of Latin medicus (see medical (adj.)).

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medico- in Medicine

medico- pref.
Medical science: medicolegal.

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