Definition of ex in US English:

ex

preposition

British
  • 1(of goods) sold direct from.

    ‘carpet tiles offered at a special price, ex stock’
  • 2Without; excluding.

    ‘the discount and market price are ex dividend’

Origin

Mid 19th century (in ex (sense 2)): from Latin, ‘out of’.

Pronunciation

ex

/eks//ɛks/