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deter

[dih-tur]
verb (used with object), deterred, deterring.
1.
to discourage or restrain from acting or proceeding: The large dog deterred trespassers.
2.
to prevent; check; arrest: timber treated with creosote to deter rot.

Origin:
1570–80; < Latin dēterrēre to prevent, hinder, equivalent to dē- de- + terrēre to frighten

determent, noun
deterrable, adjective
deterrability, noun
deterrer, noun
undeterrability, noun
undeterrable, adjective
undeterrably, adverb
undeterred, adjective
undeterring, adjective
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deter (dɪˈtɜː)
 
vb , -ters, -terring, -terred
(tr) to discourage (from acting) or prevent (from occurring), usually by instilling fear, doubt, or anxiety
 
[C16: from Latin dēterrēre, from de- + terrēre to frighten]
 
de'terment
 
n

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deter
1579, from L. deterrere, from de- "away" + terrere "frighten." Deterrent is from 1829.
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