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    Question Year-wise

    Do you know the word "year-wise"? If yes, what's the meaning of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyggus
    Do you know the word "year-wise"? If yes, what's the meaning of this?
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    -wise is a suffix and means relating to a particular thing, in this case the year.

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    Default Re: Year-wise

    You could say 'I'm thinking year-wise' to distinguish the time period from others.

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