electronics

[ ih-lek-tron-iks, ee-lek- ]SEE DEFINITION OF electronics
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELECTRONICS

And on Walden electronics was only a trade like piracy, and no more fun.

He had three children—was an electronics designer, junior grade.

Testing and re-testing of the electronics brought out no flaws.

He assembled specialties in the line of electronics and modern physics.

He glanced at the master chrono, 0610, and followed him into the electronics corner.

His chief asset—if one was to believe the record—was that he was a genius in electronics.

Of course the Chief wasn't a complete slouch as an electronics engineer.

It was a shock, because he had such a big reputation as an electronics wizard.

Some of them have some carpentry or electronics experience, the rest are willing to learn.

"I'll try to get some electronics men in to help," Dr. Norvel said.

WORD ORIGIN

1910, from electronic; cf. also -ics. The science of how electrons behave in vacuums, gas, semi-conductors, etc.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ELECTRONICS

circuitry

nouncircuits
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