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se- prefix occurring in derivs. from Latin. repr. (also sēd) prep. and adv. without, apart, as in SECEDE, SECLUDE, SECRET, SECRETE, SEDUCE, SEPARATE.

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Se

Se • symb. the chemical element selenium.

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SE

SE • abbr. southeast or southeastern.

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Se

Se, symbol for the element selenium.

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