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EC

1
  1. European Community.


ec-

2
  1. variant of ex- 3 before a consonant:

    eccentric.

e.c.

3

abbreviation for

  1. for the sake of example.

E.C.

4

abbreviation for

  1. Engineering Corps.
  2. Established Church.

ec-

1

combining_form

  1. out from; away from

    ecbolic

    eccentric

    ecdysis



EC

2

abbreviation for

  1. European Community (now subsumed within the European Union)
  2. (in London postal code) East Central
  3. Ecuador (international car registration)

ec

3

the internet domain name for

  1. Ecuador
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Word History and Origins

Origin of EC1

From Latin exemplī causā
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Word History and Origins

Origin of EC1

from Greek ek (before a vowel ex ) out of, away from; see ex- 1
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Example Sentences

The part between the end of the 401 and the EC Row expressway is already in the process of being re-graded and expanded.

With our daughter, who is almost two-and-a-half, we did EC, elimination communication.

In eighth grade, practical classes like home ec or shop were a requirement, not an elective.

Sunedei is ihaten es lauerdes dei ec e dei of blisse of lisse of alle irest.

This diminutive ending is formed from that in ec by the addition of en.

To support this view, they even quote the word of Solomon that "there is no new thing under the sun," Ec 1, 9.

Kun‑servo (or kuneco de servo) kun‑ig‑as la mort‑em-(ul)-ojn, kaj mal‑akr‑ig‑as la sent‑on de ilia kun‑a mort‑em‑ec‑o.

Ver‑e, ĝi est‑as tiel facil‑a, sonor‑a kaj simpl‑a, ke oni tut‑e ne hav‑as mal‑facil‑ec‑o‑n por lern‑i ĝi‑n.

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