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e.g.

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishe.g.e.g. /ˌiː ˈdʒiː/ ●●○ 🔊 🔊 SLthe abbreviation of for example 🔊 citrus fruits, e.g. oranges and grapefruitsee thesaurus at exampleRegisterIn formal contexts such as essays or business letters, people usually avoid using the abbreviation e.g., and write for example in full:They might use local health care facilities, for example clinics and district hospitals.From Longman Business Dictionarye.g.e.g. /ˌiː ˈdʒiː/ abbreviation for for example, used when you are listing some examples of things you are talking about
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