Associations to the word «Ex»

Wiktionary

EX, noun. The name of the Latin-script letter X/x.
EX, noun. (colloquial) An ex-husband, ex-wife or ex-partner.
EX, verb. To delete; to cross out
EX ABUNDANTE CAUTELA, prepositional phrase. From excessive caution.
EX ANTE, adjective. (of financial returns etc.) (also) (legal) predicted; forecast
EX CATHEDRA, adjective. With authority based on one's rank or office.
EX CATHEDRA, adverb. With authority based on one's rank or office.
EX CONTRACTU, adjective. (law) (postpositive) Of a legal obligation: arising from a contractual relationship.
EX CONTRACTU, adverb. (law) (postpositive) From a contractual relationship.
EX DELICTO, adjective. (law) (postpositive) Of a legal obligation: arising from a delict or tort, or some other wrongful act.
EX DELICTO, adverb. (law) (postpositive) From a delict or tort, or some other wrongful act.
EX FACIE, adverb. (legal) From the face or appearance.
EX GRATIA, adjective. As a favour; given as a gift.
EX GRATIA, adverb. As a favour; given as a gift.
EX HYPOTHESI, adverb. Following from the hypothesis; in accordance with the hypothesis; by hypothesis; as a consequence of assumptions made; theoretically; supposedly; hypothetically.
EX LIBRIS, noun. A bookplate which identifies the owner of the book into which it is pasted
EX NEGATIVO, adverb. From the negative.
EX NIHILO, adjective. Arriving from or out of nothing.
EX NIHILO, adverb. Arriving from or out of nothing.
EX NUNC, adverb. (legal) “from now on”. Used to describe certain legal effects which are applicable solely from this point (in time) on and therefore don’t affect past actions.
EX OFFICIO, adjective. By virtue of the office that originated it, or of the title held
EX PARTE, adjective. (legal) Of, relating to, or characteristic of a proceeding where one of the involved parties is not present.
EX PARTE, adjective. Concerning only one side of a matter; one-sided.
EX PARTE, adverb. (legal) In the manner of a proceeding where one of the involved parties is not (or sometimes may not be) present.
EX POST, adjective. (of financial returns etc) actual
EX POST FACTO, adjective. Retroactive
EX POST FACTO, adjective. (legal) Formulated or enacted after some event, and then retroactively applied to it.
EX PROFESSO, adverb. Professedly; by profession.
EX PROFESSO, adverb. As an expert; with the competence one would expect from a professional; in the capacity of an expert.
EX PROPRIO MOTU, adverb. (legal) Of one's own accord.
EX RERUM NATURA, adverb. From the nature of things; from the nature of the case; from nature; applied to arguments based on observation or experiment, as opposed to pure reason.
EX STOCK, noun. (finance) (business) Goods which are available immediately from a supplier's stock-holding and therefore with little or no lead time (other than delivery).
EX STOCKS, noun. Plural of ex stock
EX TEMPORE, adjective. Carried out with no preparation; impromptu
EX TEMPORE, adverb. Without preparation; extemporaneously
EX TEMPORE, noun. Something improvised.
EX TUNC, adverb. (legal) from the beginning, from the outset. Used to describe certain legal effects that can affect situations prior to this point in time and therefore can affect past actions.
EX VIVO, adverb. (medicine) An environment outside the living organism.
EX WORKS, noun. (incoterm) Meaning the buyer pays for all insurance and transportation from the seller's premises, and the seller's only responsibility is making the goods available at the seller's premises.

Dictionary definition

EX, noun. A man who was formerly a certain woman's husband.
EX, noun. A woman who was formerly a particular man's wife; "all his exes live in Texas".
EX, noun. The 24th letter of the Roman alphabet.
EX, adjective. Out of fashion; "a suit of rather antique appearance"; "demode (or outmoded) attire"; "outmoded ideas".

Wise words

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