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E US English

The fifth letter of the alphabet

E1 US English

The fifth letter of the alphabet

E2 US English

Earth

E3 US English

Euro(s)

e1 US English

An electron

e2 US English

An e-mail system, message, or messages

e-1 US English

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

e-2 US English

Denoting anything in an electronic state, especially the use of electronic data transfer in cyberspace for information exchange and financial transactions, especially through the Internet

e in E1 US English

The fifth letter of the alphabet

E in E1 US English

A shape like that of a capital E

in E3 US English

Euro(s)

e in e1 US English

An electron

E- in e-2 US English

Denoting anything in an electronic state, especially the use of electronic data transfer in cyberspace for information exchange and financial transactions, especially through the Internet

ex-1 US English

Out; outside of

e- in ex-1 US English

Forming verbs expressing inducement of a state

A & E US English

Accident and emergency

B & E US English

Breaking and entering

e'en1 US English

Even

e'en2 US English

Scottish form of even.

e'er US English

Ever

e-fit US 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-mail US English

Messages distributed by electronic means from one computer user to one or more recipients via a network

e-bike US English

A bicycle that can be run on electric power as well as by pedaling

E-boat US English

A German torpedo boat used in World War II

e-book US English

An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose

e-card US English

A digital version of a greeting card, typically accessed by the recipient via a hyperlink in an e-mail

e-cash US English

Electronic financial transactions conducted in cyberspace via computer networks

e-vite US English

An invitation sent by e-mail

e-zine US English

A magazine published only in electronic form on a computer network

sumi-e US English

Japanese ink painting using sumi

E. coli US English

A bacterium commonly found in the intestines of humans and other animals, where it usually causes no harm. Some strains can cause severe food poisoning, especially in old people and children

e-crime US English

another term for cybercrime.

E layer US English

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

e-waste US English

Discarded electronic appliances such as mobile phones, computers, and televisions

ukiyo-e US English

A school of Japanese art depicting subjects from everyday life, dominant in the 17th-19th centuries

e-banking US English

A method of banking in which the customer conducts transactions electronically via the Internet

e-billing US English

The practice by which invoices or bills are electronically delivered or presented to customers, rather than being sent by mail

e-content US English

Text and images designed for display on web pages

e-dating US English

another term for online dating.

e-edition US English

A digital edition of a printed book, newspaper, or journal, which can be read on a computer or mobile device

E-number US English

A code number preceded by the letter E, denoting food additives numbered in accordance with EU directives

e-reader US English

A handheld device on which electronic versions of books, newspapers, magazines, etc., can be read

e-tailer US English

A retailer selling goods via electronic transactions on the Internet

e-ticket US English

A reservation for an airline flight for which the details are recorded electronically without the issuing of a paper ticket

V-E Day US English

The day (May 8) marking the Allied victory in Europe in 1945

vitamin E US English

another term for tocopherol.

Nesbit, E. US English

(1858–1924), English novelist; full name Edith Nesbit. Noted for her children’s books, which include Five Children and It (1902) and The Railway Children (1906)

Yamato-e US English

A style of decorative painting in Japan during the 12th and early 13th centuries, characterized by strong color and flowing lines

C. of E. US English

Church of England

e-business US English

another term for e-commerce.


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