1. Not including; without: a stock price ex dividend.
2. Free of any transport or handling charges incurred before removal from a given location: bought the goods ex warehouse.
3. From, but not having graduated with, the class of: a Columbia alumnus, ex ’95.
To delete or cross out: He exed each item off the to-do list.
A former spouse or partner.
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1. (Banking & Finance) finance not participating in; excluding; without: ex bonus; ex dividend; ex rights.
2. (Commerce) commerce without charge to the buyer until removed from: ex quay; ex ship; ex works.
[C19: from Latin: out of, from]
1. informal (a person’s) former wife, husband, etc
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1. without; not including: ex dividend.
2. free of charges to the purchaser until removed from a specified place: ex warehouse.
the letter X, x.
Informal. a former spouse; ex-wife or ex-husband.
[1820–30; by shortening]
2. a prefix meaning “former,” “formerly having been”: ex-member; ex-wife.
[< Latin, prefixal use of ex, ē (preposition) out (of), from, beyond; (definition 2) < Late Latin, as in exconsul, based on Latin ex in the sense “from being, having formerly held (an office)”]
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