Words nearby i.e.
Origin of i.e.
From the Latin word id est
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH i.e.e.g. i.e.
Definition for i.e. (2 of 2)
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British Dictionary definitions for i.e.
Word Origin for i.e.
Latin: that is (to say); in other words
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Culture definitions for i.e.
An abbreviation for id est, a Latin phrase meaning “that is.” It indicates that an explanation or paraphrase is about to follow: “Many workers expect to put in a forty-hour week — i.e., to work eight hours a day.” (Compare e.g.)
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