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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: EX???T?

exabyte

exabyte
A unit of information equal to 1024 pebibytes or 2^60 bytes
A unit of information equal to 1000 petabytes or 10^18 bytes

exarate

exarate
(v. t.) To plow up; also, to engrave; to write.

excepts

excepts
Prevent from being included or considered or accepted; "The bad results were excluded from the report"; "Leave off the top piece"
Take exception to; "he demurred at my suggestion to work on Saturday"

excrete

excrete
(v. t.) To separate and throw off; to excrete urine.

execute

execute
(v. i.) To do one's work; to act one's part of purpose.
(v. i.) To perform musically.
(v. t.) To follow out or through to the end; to carry out into complete effect; to complete; to finish; to effect; to perform.
(v. t.) To complete, as a legal instrument; to perform what is required to give validity to, as by signing and perhaps sealing and delivering; as, to execute a deed, lease, mortgage, will, etc.
(v. t.) To give effect to; to do what is provided or required by; to perform the requirements or stimulations of; as, to execute a decree, judgment, writ, or process.
(v. t.) To infect capital punishment on; to put to death in conformity to a legal sentence; as, to execute a traitor.
(v. t.) Too put to death illegally; to kill.
(v. t.) To perform, as a piece of music, either on an instrument or with the voice; as, to execute a difficult part brilliantly.

exempts

exempts
Grant exemption or release to; "Please excuse me from this class"
Grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to; "She exempted me from the exam"

exhorts

exhorts
Force or impel in an indicated direction; "I urged him to finish his studies"
Spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts; "The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers"

exility

exility
(a.) Smallness; meagerness; slenderness; fineness, thinness.

exolete

exolete
(a.) Obsolete; out of use; state; insipid.

exorate

exorate
(v. t.) To persuade, or to gain, by entreaty.

exparte

ex parte
Upon or from one side only; one-sided; partial; as, an ex parte statement.

expects

expects
Be pregnant with; "She is bearing his child"; "The are expecting another child in January"; "I am carrying his child"
Look forward to the birth of a child; "She is expecting in March"
Consider reasonable or due; "I'm expecting a full explanation as to why these files were destroyed"
Regard something as probable or likely; "The meteorologists are expecting rain for tomorrow"
Look forward to the probable occurrence of; "We were expecting a visit from our relatives"; "She is looking to a promotion"; "he is waiting to be drafted"
Consider obligatory; request and expect; "We require our secretary to be on time"; "Aren't we asking too much of these children?"; "I expect my students to arrive in time for their lessons"

experts

experts
A person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully

expiate

expiate
(a.) Terminated.
(v. t.) To extinguish the guilt of by sufferance of penalty or some equivalent; to make complete satisfaction for; to atone for; to make amends for; to make expiation for; as, to expiate a crime, a guilt, or sin.
(v. t.) To purify with sacred rites.

explate

explate
(v. t.) To explain; to unfold.

exports

exports
Cause to spread in another part of the world; "The Russians exported Marxism to Africa"
Transfer (electronic data) out of a database or document in a format that can be used by other programs
Sell or transfer abroad; "we export less than we import and have a negative trade balance"
Commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign country

extents

extents
The distance or area or volume over which something extends; "the vast extent of the desert"; "an orchard of considerable extent"
The point or degree to which something extends; "the extent of the damage"; "the full extent of the law"; "to a certain extent she was right"

extorts

extorts
Get or cause to become in a difficult or laborious manner
Obtain by coercion or intimidation; "They extorted money from the executive by threatening to reveal his past to the company boss"; "They squeezed money from the owner of the business by threatening him"
Obtain through intimidation

exudate

exudate
(v. t. & i.) To exude.