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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Letters & punctuation
EE1, e /iĖ/ noun (plural Eā€™s or eā€™s) šŸ”Š šŸ”Š 1 [countable, uncountable]SLA the fifth letter of the English alphabet2 [countable, uncountable] the third note in the scale of C major or the musical key based on this note3 [countable] a mark given to a studentā€™s work to show that it is of very low quality4 [countable, uncountable] ecstasy (=an illegal drug)
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EE2 šŸ”Š šŸ”Š 1 British English technicalTEE the written abbreviation of earth (=a connection between a piece of electrical equipment and the ground)2 DFNthe abbreviation of E number3 the written abbreviation of east or eastern
e-e-, E- /iĖ/ prefix šŸ”Š (electronic) used before another word to mean something that is done on or involves the Internet šŸ”Š e-shopping šŸ”Š e-commerce
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e-ā€¢ E-commerce was then seen as a booming economic area.ā€¢ e-money
From Longman Business Dictionarye-e- (also E-) prefixCOMPUTING electronic; used before another word to mean something that is sent between computers or is done using information sent between computers, especially over the InternetSchwab was the dominant e-broker last year, conducting 65% of its trades on-line (=by computer).Hard copy (=documents on paper) has some functions which e-documents can never replace.EE written abbreviation for east
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