Pronunciation:  US [ˌsi: 'i:] UK [ˌsi: 'i:]
  • abbr.United Kingdom Church; Church of England; A. D. (for dates use the same AD)
  • WebCE (Cerium); Capillary electrophoresis (capillary electrophoresis); Concurrent engineering (Concurrent Engineering)
[Chemistry] (= cerium) 

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