anticrime etymology

English word anticrime comes from English anti-, English easy

Detailed word origin of anticrime

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
anti- English (eng) (immunology) That reacts with immunoglobins found in the specified animal.. Against, hostile to.. Contrasting with the norm.. Counteracting, neutralizing.. Opposite of, reverse.. Physically opposite: applied to mountain ranges.. Related to antiparticles.
easy English (eng) In a manner without strictness or harshness.. In a relaxed or casual manner.. Not difficult, not hard. (Can we add an example for this sense?). Used an intensifier for large magnitudes. Something that is easy (rowing) (finance, dated) Not straitened as to money matters; opposed to tight.. (informal, pejorative, of a person) Consenting readily to sex.. (now, rare, _, except in certain [...]
anticrime English (eng) Opposed to or aimed at preventing or punishing crime.

Words with the same origin as anticrime

Descendants of anti-
antacid anti antianxiety antibacterial antichrist anticlimax antidepressant antifreeze antigovernment antihero antihistamine antimatter antineoplaston antioxidant antipersonnel antiperspirant antipsychotic antisocial antitank antitrust antivenin antivenom antiviral antivirus
Descendants of easy
CRIME easily easiness steezy