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et al.

(ɛt ˈæl, ˈɑl, ˈɔl)
1. and others.
2. and elsewhere.
[< Latin et alibi]
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[< Latin et aliī (masculine pl.), et alia (neuter pl.)]
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Adv.1.et al - and others ('et al.' is used as an abbreviation of `et alii' (masculine plural) or `et aliae' (feminine plural) or `et alia' (neuter plural) when referring to a number of people); "the data reported by Smith et al."
2.et al - and elsewhere (used when referring to other occurrences in a text)
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et al

[etˈæl] ABBR =et alii, and othersy col., y otros

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