tel-

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tel-

2
variant of tele-2: telencephalon.
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tel-
 
combining form
tele- a variant of telo-

tele- or (before a vowel) tel-
 
combining form
1.  at or over a distance; distant: telescope; telegony; telekinesis; telemeter
2.  television: telecast
3.  by means of or via telephone or television
 
[from Greek tele far]
 
tel- or (before a vowel) tel-
 
combining form
 
[from Greek tele far]

telo- or (before a vowel) tel-
 
combining form
1.  complete; final; perfect: telophase
2.  end; at the end: telencephalon
 
[from Greek telos end]
 
tel- or (before a vowel) tel-
 
combining form
 
[from Greek telos end]

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tel- 1
pref.
Variant of tele-.

tel- 2
pref.
Variant of telo-.

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