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e-zine

 (ē′zēn′)
n.
A magazine that is published electronically, especially on the internet.

e-zine

(ˈiːziːn)
n
1. (Telecommunications) a magazine available only in electronic form, for example on the World Wide Web
2. (Commerce) a magazine available only in electronic form, for example on the World Wide Web
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e-zine

n (Comput) → Onlinemagazin nt, → Internetmagazin nt
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