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electronic in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishelectronice‧lec‧tron‧ic /ˌelɪkˈtrɒnɪk, ɪˌlek- $ -ˈtrɑː-/ ●●● S3 W3 adjective  1 TEEelectronic equipment, such as computers and televisions, uses electricity that has passed through computer chips, transistors etc electronic games an electronic organizer (=a small piece of electronic equipment that you can use to record addresses, phone numbers etc)2 TEEusing or produced by electronic equipmente- electronic music electronic banking electronic publishing (=a system of producing books, magazines etc in a form that can be read on a computer)electronically /-kli/ adverb electronically controlled gates The information is recorded electronically.
Examples from the Corpus
electronicThe recent development of the electronic ballast switches on a new era in lighting technology.These unique circuits contain semiconductor devices as well as other discrete electronic components soldered on a thin alumina substrate.Granted, a lot of electronic exchanges are stilted and jittery.an electronic keyboardHow can we then translate the success of its print-based activities into electronic publishing?Now it is shifting fast into electronic publishing.The electronic republic, therefore, has already started to redefine the traditional roles of citizenship and political leadership.Inside the mirrored towers of its operations complex, it decodes, translates and analyzes the electronic stew known as signals intelligence.Lab-Plant has introduced a computer-controlled, electronic stirrer which can be programmed to perform a series of functions automatically and for long periods.