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e-

pref.
Electronic: e-cash; e-cigarette; e-tickets; e-waste.

[e(lectronic), on the model of e-mail.]

e-

prefix forming verbs and verbal derivatives
1. out: eviscerate; egest.
2. away: elapse; elongate.
3. outside: evaginate.
4. completely: evaporate.
5. without: ebracteate.
[from Latin ē away; related to ex-1]

e-

prefix
(Electronics) electronic, indicating the involvement of the internet: e-business; e-money.

E-

prefix
(Cookery) used with numbers indicating a standardized system within the European Union, as of recognized food additives or standard pack sizes. See also E number

E, e

(i)

n., pl. or E's, es e's.
1. the fifth letter of the English alphabet, a vowel.
2. any spoken sound represented by this letter.
3. something having the shape of an E.
4. a written or printed representation of the letter E or e.

E

1. east.
2. eastern.
3. English.
4. excellent.
5. Expressway.

E


Symbol.
1. the fifth in order or in a series.
2. (sometimes l.c.) (in some grading systems) a grade or mark indicating that a student's work is in need of improvement in order to be passing.
3.
a. the third note of the ascending C major scale.
b. a tonality having E as the tonic.
4. energy.
5. Biochem. glutamic acid.

e


Math. Symbol.
a transcendental constant equal to 2.7182818 …, used as the base of natural logarithms; the limit of the expression (1 + 1/n)n as n approaches infinity.

e-

or E-,


(used in combination)
1. electronic: e-mail; E-text.
2. online: e-banking.

e-

var. of ex- 1 , occurring in words of Latin origin before consonants other than c, f, p, q, s, and t: emit.

E.

1. Earl.
2. Earth.
3. east.
4. Easter.
5. eastern.
6. engineer.
7. engineering.
8. English.

e.

1. eldest.
2. Football. end.
3. engineer.
4. engineering.
5. entrance.
6. Baseball. error.
Translations

e-

[iː] PREFIXelectrónico

e-

[ˈiː] prefixe-, électronique after n
e-solutions → e-solutions, solutions électroniques

e-

pref (= electronic)E-, e-