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im-

  
  
Usually pronounced ɪm- before an unstressed syllable, and ɪm- before a stressed syllable.     
Im- is added to words that begin with `m', `p', or `b' to form words with the opposite meaning.      prefix  
He implied that we were emotionally immature..., Don't stare at me<endash10001it's impolite!..., The illness is triggered by a chemical imbalance in the brain.     
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imp, IMF, I, I'm

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