Etc Full Form Meaning of Et cetera – Today I am going to tell you the meaning of some such things, after reading which people understand what the person in front is trying to say to us, but those people do not know that in words spoken by the person in front. What do some words mean?
Today I will tell you the meaning of a problematic word that people often use, but they do not know its meaning, nor can they tell the meaning of this thing to anyone else, one of those words is (etc).
You must have seen many such people who say that you use ETC words, but you do not understand what they are trying to tell you with the word ETC, so today I will give you all the information about ETC word.
What is the full form of etc?
What is the meaning of this word etc? ETC belongs to the Latin language, ETC is spoken in the Latin language. The full form of ETC is Et cetera. The word et cetera is used to say (and other things) or (and so on) to the person in front of us.
Etc full form in English
ETC => Et cetera
Etc ka full form kya hai?
इस शब्द आदि का क्या अर्थ है? etc लैटिन भाषा से संबंधित है, etc लैटिन भाषा में बोली जाती है। etc का फुल फॉर्म Et cetera है। etc शब्द का प्रयोग तब किया जाता है जब हम अपने सामने वाले व्यक्ति से (और अन्य बातें) या (और इसी तरह) कहना चाहते हैं।
You can use the word etc for things similar to something or can also be used to tell in the same category as if a shopkeeper wants to say to you about the goods of his shop. Then he can book, copy, pen, By putting etc, one can tell about all the similar things in his shop and by using the word etc., it becomes a little easier to explain to the person in front.
There is some other full form of etc, but it is rarely used.
- ETC: Electronic Toll Collection
- ETC: Evil Type Correction
- ETC: Experiment Test Cycle
- ETC: Earth Terrain Camera
- ETC: Estimated Time of Completion
What is the meaning of etc in Latin?
In Latin, the word etc means Et cetera. The word etc has been added to English words by the British without any alteration, due to which today everyone uses the word etc but he does not know much about the word etc, and he only uses the word etc to complete his point of view.