- off, from, or away from: apogamy
- detached: apocrine
Origin of apo-from Classical Greek apo, off, from
nounpl. a·pos Informal
- a. Away from; off: aphelion.b. Separate: apocarpous.
- Without; not: apogamy.
- Related to; derived from: apomorphine.
- Metasomatic: apophyllite.
Origin of apo-Greek from apo away from ; see apo- in Indo-European roots.
- (biochemistry, of a protein) In an inactive, unbound state
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