English version

electronic mail

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers, Communications
electronic mailˌelectronic ˈmail noun [uncountable]  TDTCemail
Examples from the Corpus
electronic mailThey can also exchange electronic mail messages and take part in, or initiate, electronic conferences.Even in electronic mail I could find myself - and I see this among women colleagues - adopting a more relaxed approach.It should also enable the integration of electronic mail, voice mail and facsimile, as well as desktop audio and video conferencing.Dwight Silverman can receive electronic mail via the Internet.An estimated 35 million people now send electronic mail.Send electronic mail to neighborhood leaders in BelairEdison.That includes writing reports, sending electronic mail and cruising the information superhighway.The message could come in forms such as speech, electronic mail, facsimile or a video clip.
From Longman Business Dictionaryelectronic mailˌelectronic ˈmailCOMPUTINGTELECOMMUNICATIONS a system that allows people to send messages to each other by computer SYN EMAILStaff communicate with each other via electronic mail. mail
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