for+example

  • 1 for\ example — • for example • for instance adv. phr. As an example; as proof; to give an example or illustration. Not only rich men become President. For example, Lincoln was born poor. There are jobs more dangerous than truck driving; for instance, training… …

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  • 2 for example — ► for example by way of illustration. Main Entry: ↑example …

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  • 3 for example — adverb as an example (Freq. 63) take ribbon snakes, for example • Syn: ↑for instance, ↑e.g. * * * FOR INSTANCE, e.g., by way of illustration, such as, as, like; in particular, namely …

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  • 4 for example — or[for instance] {adv. phr.} As an example; as proof; to give an example or illustration. * /Not only rich men become President. For example, Lincoln was born poor./ * /There are jobs more dangerous than truck driving; for instance, training… …

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  • 5 for example — or[for instance] {adv. phr.} As an example; as proof; to give an example or illustration. * /Not only rich men become President. For example, Lincoln was born poor./ * /There are jobs more dangerous than truck driving; for instance, training… …

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  • 6 for example — adverb As an example. The book has quite a few plot holes. For example, its never explained why the main character came to town to begin with. Syn: for instance, e.g., eg, such as, like …

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  • 7 for example — phrasal as an example < there are many sources of air pollution; exhaust fumes, for example > …

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  • 8 for example — she s met several Hall of Famers for example, Brooks Robinson and Johnny Mize Syn: for instance, e.g., by way of illustration, such as, as, like; in particular, case in point, namely, viz., to wit …

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  • 9 for example — used when mentioning something that shows the type of thing that you are talking about and helps to explain what you mean There are plenty of good deals available – people under 25, for example, can get fare discounts of up to 50% …

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  • 10 for example — for instance, e.g …

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  • 11 for example — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. for instance, as an example, to illustrate, e.g., to cite an instance, as a model, by way of illustration, to give an example, as a case in point, as, such as, like* …

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  • 12 for example — Synonyms and related words: a propos, apropos, apropos of, as, as an example, as an instance, by the by, by the way, en passant, exempli gratia, for instance, in passing, incidentally, par exemple, parenthetically, speaking of, thus, to… …

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  • 13 for example — by way of illustration. → example …

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  • 14 for instance, for example — See example …

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  • 15 Sometimes used as a synonym for myelogenous; for example, acute myeloid leukemia and acute myelogenous leukemia are the same disease. — Cancer that arises in plasma cells, a type of white blood cell …

    English dictionary of cancer terms

  • 16 for instance — for example, e.g …

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  • 17 For-profit education — (also known as the education services industry or proprietary education) refers to educational institutions operated by private, profit seeking businesses. There are two major types of for profit schools. One type is known as an educational… …

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  • 18 for\ instance — • for example • for instance adv. phr. As an example; as proof; to give an example or illustration. Not only rich men become President. For example, Lincoln was born poor. There are jobs more dangerous than truck driving; for instance, training… …

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  • 19 example — [eg zam′pəl, igzam′pəl; eg′zämpəl, igzämpəl] n. [ME < OFr example, essample < L exemplum, sample, example < eximere, to take out < ex , out + emere, to buy < IE base * em , to take > Lith imù] 1. something selected to show the… …

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  • 20 example — ► NOUN 1) a thing characteristic of its kind or illustrating a general rule. 2) a person or thing regarded in terms of their fitness to be imitated. ● for example Cf. ↑for example ● make an example of Cf. ↑make an example of …

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