i.e.

[adv] - that is to say
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i.e.

ie adverb that is to say; in other words
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i.e.

id est; i.e. That is [to say]. Introduces a definition. Use i.e. only when rephrasing a statement to make it more understandable. The most frequent mistake made by people who don't really know what i.e. means leads to confusion between i.e. and e.g.; the abbreviation of exempli gratia, 'for example'.
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i.e.

Abbreviation for id est (Latin `that is`), used to give an example. i.e. tends to interrupt the flow of a sentence, and its use is best kept to a minimum
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I.E.

prep. Abbreviation for id est. Latin meaning "that is," or "that is to say." Used to explain or expand a general term and should not be confused with "e.g." which refers to "for example."
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