来自PIE*eghs, 从，从...出，向外，词源同前缀ex-, 向外。即从前，前任。
- ex (n.)
- 1827, originally short for ex-Catholic; see ex-. Since 1929 as abbreviation for ex-wife, ex-husband, etc. Also used in some commercial compound words for "from, out of."
- 1. She took revenge on her ex-boyfriend by smashing up his home.
- 2. They should make up with their ex-enemy in the West.
- 3. The Sky News TV station is largely run by ex-BBC news staffers.
- 4. Ex-cavations have revealed Roman and Anglo-Saxon remains in the area.
- 5. Dan found out that I had been meeting my ex-boyfriend in secret.
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