...phile


...phile
[faɪl]
SUFFIX ...filo

francophile — francófilo(-a) m / f


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • -phile — phile, philie ♦ Éléments, du gr. philos « ami » : anglophile, xénophilie; bibliophile; hémophile, hémophilie, hydrophile. ⇒ phil(o) . phil(o) , phile, philie éléments, du gr. philos, ami , ou philein, aimer . phile …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • phile — [ faıl ] suffix used for making nouns and adjectives describing someone who loves or likes something: technophile (=someone who likes new technology such as computers) francophile (=someone who loves France or the French culture and people) …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • -phile — via French and Latin from Gk. philos, common suffix in personal names, from philos loving, dear, from philein to love, of unknown origin …   Etymology dictionary

  • -phile — is more common than phil in current usage in words (usually nouns and adjectives) denoting a fondness for something or someone, such as bibliophile, Francophile, etc …   Modern English usage

  • -phile — ► COMBINING FORM ▪ denoting a person or thing having a fondness for or tendency towards a specified thing: bibliophile. ORIGIN from Greek philos loving …   English terms dictionary

  • -phile — [fīl, fil] [< Gr philos, loving] combining form forming nouns one that loves, likes, or is attracted to [bibliophile, Russophile] …   English World dictionary

  • phile — pho·no·phile; psam·mo·phile; psy·chro·phile; py·ro·phile; saf·ra·no·phile; sar·co·phile; se·le·no·phile; sid·er·o·phile; slav·o·phile; sper·mo·phile; sym·phile; ter·mi·to·phile; tham·no·phile; tu·ro·phile; ty·po·phile; xeno·phile; xe·ro·phile;… …   English syllables

  • -phile — comb. form (also phil) forming nouns and adjectives denoting fondness for what is specified (bibliophile; Francophile). Etymology: Gk philos dear, loving * * * see phil * * * a combining form meaning lover of, enthusiast for that specified by the …   Useful english dictionary

  • -phile — a combining form meaning lover of, enthusiast for that specified by the initial element: Anglophile; bibliophile; demophile. Also, phil. [ < L philus, phila < Gk philos dear, beloved (occurring in proper names). Compare F phile] * * * …   Universalium

  • -phile — [[t] faɪl[/t]] philes, ophiles (plural) also ophile SUFFIX phile or ophile occurs in words which refer to someone who has a very strong liking for people or things of a particular kind. ...the operaphile Hirotaro Higuchi, president of the tour s… …   English dictionary

  • -phile — a word element meaning loving , friendly , or lover , friend , serving to form adjectives and nouns, as Anglophile, bibliophile. Also, phil. {Latin philus, phila, from Greek philos dear, beloved, occurring in proper names. Compare French phile} …   Australian English dictionary


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