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Latin exempli gratia (for example)
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abbreviation for
exempli gratia
[Latin: for example]
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Adv.1.e.g. - as an example; "take ribbon snakes, for example"
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ADV & ABBR =exempli gratia (= for example) → p.ej.
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[ˌiːˈdʒiː] adv abbr (=exempli gratia) → par exemple, par ex.
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[ˌiːˈdʒiː] adv abbr =exempli gratia: for examplead es.
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(ˌiː ˈdʒiː) abbreviation from Latin
exempli gratia; for example. tropical fruit, e.g. mango, pineapple and avocado.
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عَلَى سَبِيلِ الـمِثَال např. f.eks. z.B. π.χ. p. ej. esim. par exemple npr. per es. たとえば 예를 들면 bijv. f.eks. np. por ex. например t.ex. ตัวย่อของตัวอย่างเช่น örneğin vd 例如
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