electronic

[ ih-lek-tron-ik, ee-lek- ]SEE DEFINITION OF electronic
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELECTRONIC

With the result that, late in 2007, Pol-Anx had an electronic servo-tracer.

I tried the electronic engines from the stern, setting them in the reverse.

Lane waited for the electronic brain to come up with the answer.

The Cometara was equipped also with tail-streamers of electronic nature.

I was examining an electronic bolt, when suddenly there came Snap's call.

He's some sort of nobleman and has need of an electronic engineer.

Any electronic engineer could have made the device he now assembled.

It could be in the line of what an electronic engineer could handle.

Also, the table of contents has been created for this electronic edition.

For this electronic version the footnotes are collected at the end of each act.

WORD ORIGIN

1902, "pertaining to electrons;" 1930 as "pertaining to electronics;" see electron + -ic. Related: Electronically.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ELECTRONIC

automated

adjectivemade or done by a machine

cyber

adjectiverelating to computers and computer networks
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