socio-

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socio-

pref.
1. Society: sociometry.
2. Social: socioeconomic.

[French, from Latin socius, companion; see sekw- in Indo-European roots.]
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socio-

combining form
denoting social or society: socioeconomic; sociopolitical; sociology.
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socio-

a combining form meaning “social,” “sociological,” “society”: socioeconomic; sociometry.
[comb. form of Latin socius companion]
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Translations

socio-

prefsozio-; socioeconomicsozioökonomisch; socioeconomic groupingsozioökonomische Gruppe; sociolinguisticsoziolinguistisch; sociolinguisticsSoziolinguistik f
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