etc.

[ US /ˌɛtˈsɛtɝə/ ]
ADVERB
  1. continuing in the same way
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How To Use etc. In A Sentence

  • So in terms of home furnishing it is expected to have curtain, bedspreads, cushion covers etc.
  • -- _More beautiful, most beautiful_, etc. can hardly be called degree forms of the adjective. Higher Lessons in English A work on english grammar and composition
  • The material of products include: genuine leather, PU, PVC, etc.
  • Players should now sort out the cards according to suit hearts, clubs, etc.
  • Just as in the rest of medicine -- cardiology, endocrinology, neurology, etc., the field of psychiatry is ever changing and our knowledge base is rapidly expanding. Rosalie Greenberg: Psychiatry and the Media -- a Strange and Strained Relationship
  • The family's common names follow the standard alkane hydrocarbon sequence: methyl paraben, ethyl paraben, propyl paraben, butyl paraben, etc.
  • The orchestra itself (ten violins, three violas, etc.) is of a healthy (but not anachronistic) size - another plus to this recording.
  • If the model insists on moving forwards, then rear cyclic trim is needed, etc.
  • The coulpe or peccavi, is made for a very small matter — a broken glass, a torn veil, an involuntary delay of a few seconds at an office, a false note in church, etc.; this suffices, and the coulpe is made. Les Miserables
  • The New York Times has correspondents in France, Germany, etc.
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