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BCE

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Chemical Engineering
2. Bachelor of Civil Engineering
3. or bce before the Common Era

BCE

abbreviation for
(Historical Terms) Before Common Era (used, esp by non-Christians, in numbering years bc)

B.C.E.

1. Bachelor of Chemical Engineering.
2. Bachelor of Civil Engineering.
3. before the Common (or Christian) Era.
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Adv.1.BCE - of the period before the Common Era; preferred by some writers who are not Christians; "in 200 BCE"
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