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i.e.
(Latin)


popular presidents; i.e., those who were admired by the vast majority of the populace long after they were elected.
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Strongly Associated with:   e.g.
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From Latin "id est"
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  • popular presidents; i.e., those who were admired by the vast majority of the populace long after they were elected.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   i.e. [6] , e.g. [8] , et al. [6] , e.g. [8]
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