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expiatory pertaining to the act or means of making reparation.
expiration a coming to formal termination, as in the case of a contract, license, or the like. [2 definitions]
expiratory of, relating to, or involving the exhalation of air from the lungs.
expire to reach the end of a fixed term, as a permit, subscription, warranty, or membership. [4 definitions]
expiry a termination or ending, esp. of an agreement or contract; expiration.
explain to make clear in speech or writing; make plain or understandable by analysis or description. [5 definitions]
explainable combined form of explain.
explain away to minimize or negate the importance of by explaining.
explanation the act, process, or result of explaining. [3 definitions]
explanatory serving to clarify or explain.
expletive an interjection, exclamation, or oath, esp. an obscene one. [4 definitions]
explicable capable of being explained.
explicate to make clear or explain completely.
explicit stated fully, clearly, and without equivocation. [4 definitions]
explode to release energy forcefully with noise, heat, and the violent expansion of gases, because of rapid chemical change or sudden violent impact. [7 definitions]
exploded view a photograph, drawing, illustration, or diagram that displays the individual parts of a mechanism separately but indicates their proper relationship.
exploit1 a deed of daring or spirit; feat.
exploit2 to turn to advantage or profit. [2 definitions]
exploitation the profitable using of something. [3 definitions]
exploration the act or an instance of exploring; inquiry; examination. [2 definitions]
explorative exploratory; related to, inclined to, or for the purpose of exploration.