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superfix

(ˈsuːpəˌfɪks)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics a suprasegmental feature distinguishing the meaning or grammatical function of one word or phrase from that of another, as stress does for example between the noun conduct and the verb conduct
[from super- + -fix, on the model of prefix, suffix]

su•per•fix

(ˈsu pərˌfɪks)

n.
a suprasegmental feature having an identifiable meaning or grammatical function, as the stress pattern that distinguishes the noun record from the verb record.
[1945–50; super- + -fix, extracted from affix, infix, etc.]
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A chance meeting between Caernarfon company Superfix Supplements Ltd and Anglesey's Halen Mon at an entrepreneurial event held by Bangor University led to Bangor's School of Chemistry playing a crucial role in the development of the new therapeutic product for horses.
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Carol Michael, co-director at Superfix Supplements Ltd, said: "This is an excellent example of what can be achieved when businesses and academia work together.
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