Roots of English Mand/Mend - To entrust, To order To fix
taken 'MAND/MEND' as a ROOT which has a meaning. Mend: to fix (defects), to entrust. Mand: To order
1) Emend - (ee-mend) - make corrections and revisions to (a text).
3)Amendatory - (a-mend-a-tory) - tending or serving to improve; corrective
2) Remend- (re-mend) - to repair something and thus renew its usefulness Usage - To get a better job , you need to remend your resume and presentation skills.
Commend (v) def: praise officially or formally. syn: praise, compliment, applaud, congratulate, salute honnor
9) Countermand-(coun-ter-mand) - an order to revoke/cancel a previous order, to change or retract a command Usage - I am so afraid of my father that I never countermand any of his rules. REVOKED 10)Remand: - (remand) - to order back Usage -The judge remanded the case for further consideration.
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