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Symbol, Chemistry.
cerium.
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Other definitions for Ce (2 of 5)

-ce

a multiplicative suffix occurring in once, twice, thrice.

Origin of -ce

Middle English, Old English -es adverb suffix, originally genitive singular ending; see -s1

Other definitions for Ce (3 of 5)

c.e.1

abbreviation
buyer's risk.

Origin of c.e.

1
From Latin cāveat emptor “may the buyer beware”

Other definitions for Ce (4 of 5)

c.e.2

abbreviation
compass error.

Other definitions for Ce (5 of 5)

C.E.

abbreviation
Chemical Engineer.
chief engineer.
Church of England.
Civil Engineer.
(in the) Common Era.
Corps of Engineers.
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British Dictionary definitions for Ce (1 of 2)

Ce

the chemical symbol for
cerium

British Dictionary definitions for Ce (2 of 2)

CE

abbreviation for
chief engineer
Church of England
civil engineer
Common Entrance
Common Era
Communauté Européenne (European Union)
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Medical definitions for Ce

Ce

The symbol for the elementcerium
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Scientific definitions for Ce (1 of 2)

Ce

The symbol for cerium.

Scientific definitions for Ce (2 of 2)

CE

Abbreviation for Common Era.
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