Definition of etc
1. etc. [ r ] continuing in the same wayUsed in print:
(Jay C. Harris and John R. Van Wazer, "Detergent...)
Exclusive of esthetic values , such_as high - or low foam level , perfume content , etc. , the requirements for the organic active used in washing textiles are high .
In the over-all process , it is difficult to assign a `` pure '' role to each constituent of a built detergent formulation ; and , indeed , there is no_more reason to separate the interrelated roles of the active , builder , antiredeposition agent , etc. than there is to assign individual actions to each of the numerous isomers making_up a given commercial organic active .
(LeRoy Fothergill, "Biological Warfare", in Peter...)
There may be a number of secondary effects resulting from diffusion through buildings such_as widespread contamination of kitchens , restaurants , food stores , hospitals , etc. .
(Kenneth Hoffman and Ray Kunze, Linear Al...)
It is very easy to establish by induction on r that if f is in * * f then * * f that_is , * * f , etc. .Synonyms and_so_on etc. and_so_forth etcetera
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