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20 terms

Prefix e-, ec-, ef-, ef-, ex-

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Exit
the act of going out
Export
to move goods out of an area
Exceed
to go beyond; to be greater than
Explode
burst outward, usually with noise
Exclusive
not divided or shared with others
Expulsion
the act of forcing out someone or something
Ex-President
former president
Ex-Teacher
former teacher
Ex-Student
former student
Ex-Boss
former boss
e-/ec-/ef-/ex-
out of, outside
eccentric
ignoring social conventions; odd
ecstasy
happiness; overwhelming feelings of joy
effervesce
to give off bubbles; to show excitement or liveliness
effusive
demonstrative; unreserved; overflowing; pouring out
eject
throw out
emit
to send out; discharge
excerpt
a selected passage from a book or article
exodus
a departure or journey away from a place
extrude
force or press out