exo-


  1. a combining form meaning “outside,” “outer,” “external,” used in the formation of compound words: exocentric.

Origin of exo-

1
<Greek, combining form of éxō outside

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British Dictionary definitions for exo (1 of 2)

exo

/ (ˈɛksəʊ) /


adjective
  1. Australian an informal word for excellent

British Dictionary definitions for exo- (2 of 2)

exo-

combining form
  1. external, outside, or beyond: exobiology; exothermal

Origin of exo-

2
from Greek exō outside

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Scientific definitions for exo-

exo-

  1. A prefix that means “outside” or “external,” as in exoskeleton.

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