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etc.

( also etc)
written abbreviation for et cetera: and other similar things. It is used to avoid giving a complete list 以及諸如此類;以及其他;等等 We saw lots of lions, tigers, elephants, etc. 我們看到了很多獅子、老虎、大象等動物。 Also, extra, and in addition
Translations of “etc.”
in Korean 등등…
in Arabic إلخ ..…
in Portuguese etc.…
in Catalan etc.…
in Japanese ~など…
in Italian ecc.…
in Chinese (Simplified) 以及诸如此类, 以及其他, 等等…
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