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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsecsec /sek/ noun  1 a sec2 the written abbreviation of second Journey time: 25 mins 14 secs.
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secJim Boyd finished in 36 mins. 13 secs.Catherine Allsopp ran an intelligently-paced race in the 800 metres, finishing third in 2 mins 11.36 secs.His time of 3 mins 59.4 sec had left him exhausted to the point of collapse.Berger crossed the line, his fuel reading zero and Schumacher just 0.7 secs behind.Hold the phone there, a sec, Dex.
SECSEC /ˌes iː ˈsiː/  the securities and exchange commissionFrom Longman Business DictionarySECSECFINANCEORGANIZATIONS abbreviation for SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSIONsec.sec. written abbreviation for SECRETARY
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