Euro or euros
The fifth letter of the alphabet
East or Eastern
Denoting something in electronic form, especially the use of electronic data transfer for information exchange and financial transactions via the Internet
Variant spelling of ex- (as in elect, emit).
The fifth letter of the alphabet
A shape like that of a capital E
Breaking and entering
Accident and emergency (hospital department providing immediate treatment to people who are injured or taken ill)
Literary form of even.
Scottish form of even.
Literary form of ever.
(With the) a personal rejection or rebuff, especially insensitively or unceremoniously conveyed; the abrupt breaking off of a (romantic) relationship; frequently in to give (a person) the big E = to give (a person) the elbow.
The day of official adoption of the euro as currency; specifically 1 January 2002, the day on which the euro became the sole official currency of the first countries to participate in European Monetary Union.
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
A type of electronic display for text that is intended to imitate the appearance of printed ink, typically used in e-readers
= electronic skin.
A system for collecting road-toll payments electronically; the charge levied for such a toll.
A Japanese form of (especially gold or silver) lacquer or lacquerware.
A bike that can be powered by electricity as well as propelled by pedals
A German torpedo boat used in the Second World War
An electronic version of a printed book which can be read on a computer or a specifically designed handheld device
A digital version of a greetings card, typically accessed by the recipient via a hyperlink in an email
Electronic financial transactions conducted in cyberspace via computer networks
A website or application by means of which goods or services are sold over the Internet
An invitation sent by email
A magazine only published in electronic form on a computer network
Japanese ink painting using sumi
The plane of the electric field in a rectangular waveguide; frequently attributive, especially designating a T-shaped junction of two rectangular waveguides in which one is joined across the width of the other (so that the stem and crosspiece of the T are in different planes).
Church of England
A bacterium commonly found in the intestines of humans and other animals, some strains of which can cause severe food poisoning
Another term for cybercrime.
A layer of the ionosphere able to reflect medium-frequency radio waves
A multiplayer video game played competitively for spectators, typically by professional gamers
Discarded electronic appliances such as mobile phones, computers, and televisions
A school of Japanese art depicting subjects from everyday life, dominant in the 17th-19th centuries
On the other hand, on the contrary; in return. Now chiefly US_Law.
Retail activity conducted via electronic media, especially the Internet.
A method of banking in which the customer conducts transactions electronically via the Internet
The practice by which invoices or bills are electronically delivered or presented to customers, rather than being sent by post
Digital text and images designed for display on web pages
Another term for online dating.
A digital edition of a printed book, newspaper, or journal, which can be read on a computer or mobile device
A code number preceded by the letter E, denoting food additives numbered in accordance with EU directives