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[enz, ens] /ɛnz, ɛns/
noun, plural entia
[en-shee-uh, -tee-uh] /ˈɛn ʃi ə, -ti ə/ (Show IPA).
Metaphysics
1.
an existing or real thing; an entity.
Origin
< Latin ēns, present participle of esse to be

Ens.

1.

en

[en] /ɛn/
noun
1.
the letter N, n.
2.
Also called nut. Printing. half of the width of an em.
adjective
3.
Printing. having the area of an en quad or the length of an en:
en quad; en dash.
Origin
1785-95
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British Dictionary definitions for ens

ens

/ɛnz/
noun (metaphysics) (pl) entia (ˈɛnʃɪə)
1.
being or existence in the most general abstract sense
2.
a real thing, esp as opposed to an attribute; entity
Word Origin
C16: from Late Latin, literally: being, from Latin esse to be

en

/ɛn/
noun
1.
(printing) a unit of measurement, half the width of an em Also called nut See also ennage

EN

abbreviation (in Britain)
1.
enrolled nurse
2.
English Nature

Ens.

abbreviation
1.
Ensign
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ens in Technology
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Related Abbreviations for ens

ENS

  1. ensign
  2. ethylnorepinephrine

en

English

EN

  1. end node
  2. endocardium
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