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pref.
1. One hundredth (10-2): centiliter.
2. One hundred: centipede.

[French, from Latin centi-, hundred, from centum; see dekm̥ in Indo-European roots.]

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or before a vowel

cent-

prefix
1. denoting one hundredth: centimetre. Symbol: c
2. rare denoting a hundred: centipede.
[from French, from Latin centum hundred]

centi-

a combining form meaning “hundredth” or “hundred”: centiliter; centimeter; centipede.
[< Latin, comb. form of centum]

centi-

A prefix meaning "a hundredth," as in centigram, a hundredth of a gram.

centi-

Prefix meaning a 100th or 1⁄100 in the metric system; e.g., a centiliter (cl) is a unit of volume equal to 1⁄100 (0.01) liter.
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Demonstrating that catalysis technology will also have a key role in the transition to a bio-based economy, Centi (industrial chemistry, University of Messina) and van Santen (director, Netherlands Institute of Research in Catalysis) outline how catalysis can promote the use of renewable feedstocks in chemical and energy production.