Meaning of “e.g.” - Learner’s Dictionary

e.g.

also eg us uk /ˌiːˈdʒiː/
leafy green vegetables, e.g. cabbage and spinachsnack foods, e.g. crisps, peanutsnoise pollution, e.g. from aircraftYou could use fresh herbs, e.g. basil or thyme.European countries, e.g. France and Spain

used to give an example of what you mean:

crime writers, e.g. Agatha Christie and Ruth Rendell

(Definition of “e.g.” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)