Definition of 'i.e.'
Example sentences containing 'ie'
The duck/ rabbit is Wittgenstein's answer to the Problem of Universals (Plato) ie Does something have an intrinsic essence?BEHINDLINGS (2002)
He hadn't noticed the near-gale either, roistering down the bracken- and boulder-clad mountainside as if ie were a ski-run.A DAYSTAR OF FEAR
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