What is another word for dec?

Pronunciation: [dˈɛk] (IPA)

Dec is a shortened form of the word December, which is the last month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. This month is typically associated with the holiday season, chilly weather and festivities. Synonyms for Dec could be year-end, foreshortened, and discontinuous period. The term year-end is often used in business to define the final month of a fiscal year. Foreshortened can be employed when referring to the condensed time period in December due to holidays and anticipated year-end wrap-ups. The usage of the term discontinuous period denotes the final month separated from the rest of the year due to its numerous celebrations, which create a break in routine.

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    • Verb, 3rd person singular present
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    • Adjective
    • Proper noun, singular
      december, Ced, Decembers.

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Usage examples for Dec

The Barthou Cabinet had been overthrown early in december, 1913, after a vote on a government loan.
"A History of the Third French Republic"
C. H. C. Wright
He had had all he could bear, and for the rest of the morning he wrote letters, sitting in his room at decker's hotel.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
Now to the right of the hours you note there is given the corresponding amount of declination and the Equation of Time.
"Lectures in Navigation"
Ernest Gallaudet Draper

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