ex

4
[ eks ]
/ ɛks /

adjective Slang.

Origin of ex

4
by shortening
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British Dictionary definitions for exer (1 of 2)

ex

1
/ (ɛks) /

preposition

finance not participating in; excluding; withoutex bonus; ex dividend; ex rights
commerce without charge to the buyer until removed fromex quay; ex ship; ex works

Word Origin for ex

C19: from Latin: out of, from

British Dictionary definitions for exer (2 of 2)

ex

2
/ (ɛks) /

noun

informal (a person's) former wife, husband, etc
Canadian short for examination

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