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ET British & World English

(In North America) Eastern time

-et1 British & World English

Forming nouns which were originally diminutives

-et2 British & World English

Forming nouns such as comet, and often denoting people

et ux. British & World English

And wife (used to indicate a couple comprising a man and his otherwise unidentified wife)

et al. British & World English

And others (used especially in referring to academic books or articles that have more than one author)

et seq. British & World English

And what follows (used in page references)

et cetera British & World English

Used at the end of a list to indicate that further, similar items are included

vingt-et-un British & World English

The card game pontoon or blackjack

rouge et noir British & World English

A gambling card game in which cards are turned up on a table marked with red and black diamonds

fons et origo British & World English

The source and origin of something

son et lumière British & World English

An entertainment held by night at a historic monument or building, telling its history by the use of lighting effects and recorded sound

trente et quarante British & World English

A gambling game in which cards are turned up on a table marked with red and black diamonds

Dieu et mon droit British & World English

God and my right (the motto of the British monarch)

peine forte et dure British & World English

A medieval form of torture in which the body was pressed with heavy weights

et seqq. in et seq. British & World English

And what follows (used in page references)

ET New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(in North America) Eastern time

et Spanish-English

ampersand, &

pipette New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

laboratory tube with a bulb

et al English-Spanish

et al.

et cetera New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

used at the end of a list to indicate that further, similar items are included

et cetera English Thesaurus

you need wellingtons, raincoats, umbrella, et cetera

et cetera English-Spanish

etcétera

fons et origo New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

source and origin of something

son et lumière New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

night-time entertainment using lighting effects and recorded sound

son et lumière English-Spanish

espectáculo

Dieu et mon droit New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

God and my right (the motto of the British monarch)

sine loco et anno New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

without the place and date, without an imprint

peine forte et dure New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

medieval torture with heavy weights


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