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ENT,Medicineear, nose, and throat.-ent,a suffix, equivalent to-ant, appearing in nouns and also adjectives the Latin origin:accident; different.
-ent,suffix.-ent is attached to some verbs to form adjectives through the definition "doing or performing (the action of the verb)"":differ+-ent → different.-ent is additionally attached to part verbs to kind nouns with the an interpretation "one that does or performs (the action)"":stud(y)+-ent → student (= one that studies).See -ant, -ence.
-ent suffix developing adjectives , suffix developing nouns leading to or performing an action or present in a details condition; the agent that performs an action: astringent, dependentEtymology: from Latin -ent-, -ens, current participial ending
-ent - abhorrence - abhorrent - abient - abluent - missing - absorbance - absorbent - absorbent noodle - abstergent - accident - accumbent - acquiescent - adducent - adherent - adient - surrounding - adolescent - adsorb - advertency - advertent - afferent - wealthy - certified dealer - approximately - ancient - annectent - ant - antecedency - antecedent - aperient - noticeable - obvious candlepower - noticeable magnitude - obvious solar work - apparent time - noticeable wind - appendant - ardent - ascendant - assistant - astringent - attingent - before the existing - belligerence - belligerency - belligerent - beneficent - benevolent - biological parent
-Ant/-Ent vs -Er/-Orconsult / looked at by one ENT doctoreach vs differ(ent)English suffixes "-ant" vs. "-ent"ent&get part stickPt was watched in ent is cleared to fly medicallyWhat’s the difference in between suffix “-ent”and “ency”?
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