[ek-soh-set] /ˈɛk soʊˌsɛt/
a winged, radar-guided French anti-ship missile, launched from the surface or an aircraft, that skims the waves at close to the speed of sound.
trademark a tactical missile with a high-explosive warhead, which is guided by computer and radar, travels at a very low altitude at high subsonic speed, and has a range of up to 70 km. It may be launched from a ship, aircraft, or submarine
1970, proprietary name of a rocket-propelled short-range guided missile, trademarked 1970 by Société Nationale Industrielle Aerospatiale, from French exocet “flying fish” (16c.), from Latin exocoetus, from Greek exokoitos “sleeping fish, fish that sleeps upon the beach,” from exo “outside” + koitos “bed.”
[ek-suh-krin, -krahyn, -kreen] /ˈɛk sə krɪn, -ˌkraɪn, -ˌkrin/ Anatomy, Physiology adjective 1. secreting to an epithelial surface. 2. of or relating to an or its secretion. noun 3. an external secretion. 4. . /ˈɛksəʊˌkraɪn; -krɪn/ adjective 1. of or relating to exocrine glands or their secretions noun 2. an exocrine gland exocrine ex·o·crine (ěk’sə-krĭn, -krēn, […]
noun 1. any of several glands, as the salivary glands, that secrete externally through a duct. noun 1. any gland, such as a salivary or sweat gland, that secretes its products through a duct onto an epithelial surface exocrine gland n. A gland, such as a sebaceous gland or sweat gland, that releases its secretions […]
/ˈɛksəʊˌkjuːtɪkəl/ noun 1. the layer of an insect’s cuticle between the epicuticle and the endocuticle, which is often hard and dark in colour
[ek-soh-kruh-nol-uh-jee, -krahy-] /ˌɛk soʊ krəˈnɒl ə dʒi, -kraɪ-/ noun 1. the study of the glands and their secretions.