email

(redirected from emailers)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

e·mail

or e-mail  (ē′māl′)
n.
1. A system for sending and receiving messages electronically over a computer network.
2. A message or messages sent or received by such a system.
tr.v. e·mailed, e·mail·ing, e·mails or e-mailed or e-mail·ing or e-mails
1. To send (someone) an email: I'll email you when I know my schedule.
2. To send (a message) by email.

email


Past participle: emailed
Gerund: emailing

Imperative
email
email
Present
I email
you email
he/she/it emails
we email
you email
they email
Preterite
I emailed
you emailed
he/she/it emailed
we emailed
you emailed
they emailed
Present Continuous
I am emailing
you are emailing
he/she/it is emailing
we are emailing
you are emailing
they are emailing
Present Perfect
I have emailed
you have emailed
he/she/it has emailed
we have emailed
you have emailed
they have emailed
Past Continuous
I was emailing
you were emailing
he/she/it was emailing
we were emailing
you were emailing
they were emailing
Past Perfect
I had emailed
you had emailed
he/she/it had emailed
we had emailed
you had emailed
they had emailed
Future
I will email
you will email
he/she/it will email
we will email
you will email
they will email
Future Perfect
I will have emailed
you will have emailed
he/she/it will have emailed
we will have emailed
you will have emailed
they will have emailed
Future Continuous
I will be emailing
you will be emailing
he/she/it will be emailing
we will be emailing
you will be emailing
they will be emailing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been emailing
you have been emailing
he/she/it has been emailing
we have been emailing
you have been emailing
they have been emailing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been emailing
you will have been emailing
he/she/it will have been emailing
we will have been emailing
you will have been emailing
they will have been emailing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been emailing
you had been emailing
he/she/it had been emailing
we had been emailing
you had been emailing
they had been emailing
Conditional
I would email
you would email
he/she/it would email
we would email
you would email
they would email
Past Conditional
I would have emailed
you would have emailed
he/she/it would have emailed
we would have emailed
you would have emailed
they would have emailed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.email - (computer science) a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that can be regenerated at the recipient's terminal when the recipient logs inemail - (computer science) a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that can be regenerated at the recipient's terminal when the recipient logs in; "you cannot send packages by electronic mail"
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
electronic communication - communication by computer
freemail - a service providing free email delivery in exchange for exposure to advertising
junk e-mail, spam - unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk)
snail mail - any mail that is physically delivered by the postal service; "email is much faster than snail mail"
Verb1.email - communicate electronically on the computer; "she e-mailed me the good news"
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
telecommunicate - communicate over long distances, as via the telephone or e-mail
spam - send unwanted or junk e-mail
Translations
بَريد إلِكْترونيبَرِيدٌ إلِكْترونيّرسالة إلكترونيّهيُرْسِل بِالبَريد الإلِكْترونييُرْسِلُ بَرِيداً إلِكْترونيّاً
emailposlat email
e-maile-maile
lähettää sähköpostiameilatasähköposti
e-poštaposlati e-mail
電子メール電子メールを送る
이메일이메일을 보내다
e-mail
e-pastssutit pa e-pastu
e-postskicka e-post
ส่งอีเมลอีเมล
gửi thư điện tửthư điện tử

e-mail,

email

(ˈiːmeil) noun
(also E-mail).
1. electronic mail. She sent him an email.
2. (adjectival) What is your e-mail address?.
verb
He promised to e-mail us his answer.

email

بَرِيدٌ إلِكْترونيّ, يُرْسِلُ بَرِيداً إلِكْترونيّاً email, poslat email e-mail, e-maile E-Mail, emailen ηλεκτρονικό ταχυδρομείο, στέλνω ηλεκτρονικό μήνυμα correo electrónico, enviar un mensaje de correo electrónico, enviar un mensaje electrónico lähettää sähköpostia, sähköposti e-mail, envoyer un e-mail e-pošta, poslati e-mail e-mail, mandare un'e-mail 電子メール, 電子メールを送る 이메일, 이메일을 보내다 e-mail, e-mailen e-post, sende e-post poczta elektroniczna, wysłać emailem e-mail, enviar e-mail отправлять по электронной почте, электронная почта e-post, skicka e-post ส่งอีเมล, อีเมล e-posta, e-posta atmak gửi thư điện tử, thư điện tử 发送电子邮件, 电子邮件
References in periodicals archive ?
The emailers also threatened to release details of an affair they claimed Katie's estranged husband Kieran Hayler, 30, was having.
Still, the spur-of-the-moment curtness and snark that occasionally befalls even the most thoughtful emailers is completely absent.
The law should help curb unwanted junk entering our email boxes and give the government authority to do something about unscrupulous emailers.
We weren't regular emailers, but we'd keep in touch a few times a year (usually when I was going stir-crazy in the dark of winter and had my brand-new laptop to connect with the world outside of Taylor County, Wisconsin).
These are the places that Paul Theroux seeks out in his need to escape the stalkers and pesterers, the phoners and emailers, of home.
The bank will promote and offer dark-themed backgrounds and screensavers via strategic websites, emailers, Facebook tabs and Twitter links, according to a media statement.
I have decommissioned my email account and set up an auto response that gives emailers 10 other options to reach people who can help them (including bringing messages to my attention).
EBlaster" is available for large emailers looking to email more than 10,000,000 consumers a month.
Others types of emailers include 'The Caterwauling Peacock', which broadcasts emails to all and sundry, claiming that people 'need to know' when actually they are really just grandstanding, the 'Back-Covering Emu', who sends emails in order to be able to prove, at a later date, that the information was passed on, and the 'Echoing Mynah', who acknowledges every single email.
Since these last two fell out of use in the early 14th century, we may plump for the attention-drawing exclamation as the most likely intent of all those emailers.
In other words, the emailers were trying to befriend and innocently extract classified information from these Americans.