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e1 British & World English

Euro or euros

E1 British & World English

The fifth letter of the alphabet

E2 British & World English

East or Eastern

e-2 British & World English

Denoting the use of electronic data transfer in cyberspace, especially through the Internet

e-1 British & World English

Variant spelling of ex- (as in elect, emit).

E New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

5th letter of the alphabet

e2 New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

base of Napierian or natural logarithms, approximately equal to 2.71828

e British & World English

The fifth letter of the alphabet

e in E1 British & World English

The fifth letter of the alphabet

E in E1 British & World English

A shape like that of a capital E

exa- New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

denoting a factor of 1018

è New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

used in English in poetic and archaic contexts to indicate that an elided syllable is to be pronounced separately, as in ‘Hence, loathèd Melancholy!’

A & E British & World English

Accident and emergency

B & E British & World English

Breaking and entering

e'en1 British & World English

Literary form of even.

e'en2 British & World English

Scottish form of even.

e'er British & World English

Literary form of ever.

e-fit British & World English

An electronic picture of the face of a person being sought by the police, created by a computer program from composite photographs of facial features

e-bike British & World English

A bike that can be powered by electricity as well as propelled by pedals

E-boat British & World English

A German torpedo boat used in the Second World War

e-book British & World English

An electronic version of a printed book which can be read on a computer or a specifically designed handheld device

e-card British & World English

A digital version of a greetings card, typically accessed by the recipient via a hyperlink in an email

e-cash British & World English

Electronic financial transactions conducted in cyberspace via computer networks

e-vite British & World English

An invitation sent by e-mail

e-zine British & World English

A magazine only published in electronic form on a computer network

sumi-e British & World English

Japanese ink painting using sumi

E-boat New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

German torpedo boat in World War II

e-book New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

electronic version of printed book

C of E British & World English

Church of England

E. coli British & World English

A bacterium commonly found in the intestines of humans and other animals, some strains of which can cause severe food poisoning

e-crime British & World English

Another term for cybercrime.

E-layer British & World English

A layer of the ionosphere able to reflect medium-frequency radio waves


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