ex
Pronunciation Noun

ex (plural exes)

  1. The name of the Latin script letter X
Translations
  • French: ixe
  • German: Ix, Iks
  • Italian: ics
  • Portuguese: xis
  • Russian: экс
  • Spanish: equis
Verb

ex (exes, present participle exing; past and past participle exed)

  1. To delete; to cross out
Noun

ex (plural exes)

  1. (colloquial) A former partner or spouse, usually short for ex-girlfriend, ex-boyfriend, ex-wife or ex-husband.
    Her ex is still sending her flowers, even though she has moved on.
Translations
  • French: ex
  • German: Ex
  • Italian: ex
  • Portuguese: ex
  • Russian: экс
  • Spanish: ex
Adjective

ex (not comparable)

  1. Ex-, former, previously but no longer.
Adjective

ex (not comparable)

  1. (rail transport, of a train) the place the train originated from or called at prior to the present location.
Adjective

ex

  1. (Singapore, colloquial) expensive, dear
    It's too ex.



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