Associations to the word «Electronic»
ELECTRONIC, adjective. (physics) (chemistry): Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
ELECTRONIC, adjective. Operating on the physical behavior of electrons, especially in semiconductors.
ELECTRONIC, adjective. Generated by an electronic device.
ELECTRONIC, adjective. Of or pertaining to the Internet.
ELECTRONIC BODY MUSIC, noun. A genre of aggressive danceable music originating in the 1980s and taking elements from industrial and electronic music.
ELECTRONIC BOOK, noun. A book published in electronic form.
ELECTRONIC CAR KEY, noun. An electronic device that serves the purpose of a car key by locking and unlocking a vehicle remotely.
ELECTRONIC CAR KEYS, noun. Plural of electronic car key
ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE, noun. A cylindrical battery-powered device that provides inhaled doses of nicotine by way of a vaporized solution.
ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES, noun. Plural of electronic cigarette
ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT, noun. An electric circuit having at least one component that manipulates the voltage or current in the circuit
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS, noun. Plural of electronic circuit
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION, noun. Communication which is transferred electronically
ELECTRONIC COTTAGE, noun. Telecottage
ELECTRONIC COTTAGES, noun. Plural of electronic cottage
ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC, noun. (music genre) A field of modern popular music, encompassing house, techno and other genres of percussive dance music produced by a deejay.
ELECTRONIC GAME, noun. (video games) A game played on an electronic device.
ELECTRONIC GAMES, noun. Plural of electronic game
ELECTRONIC MAIL, noun. (uncountable) E-mail (the system).
ELECTRONIC MAIL, noun. (countable) (rare) An e-mail.
ELECTRONIC MAILS, noun. Plural of electronic mail
ELECTRONIC MEDIA, noun. Media utilizing electronics or electromechanical energy so that the end user can access content.
ELECTRONIC MEDIAS, noun. Plural of electronic media
ELECTRONIC MUSIC, noun. (music genre) A type of music that employs electronic musical instruments and other electronic technology in its production.
ELECTRONIC ORGAN, noun. (musical instruments) A keyboard musical instrument, resembling a spinet, or upright, piano in size and general shape, in which tone is generated by electronic circuits and radiated by loudspeaker.
ELECTRONIC ORGANS, noun. Plural of electronic organ
ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING, noun. The digital publication of ebooks and electronic articles, and the development of digital libraries and catalogues, regardless whether the distribution is through computer network or on CD and DVD.
ELECTRONIC RESOURCE, noun. Information (usually a file) which can be stored in the form of electrical signals, usually on a computer.
ELECTRONIC RESOURCE, noun. Information available on the internet.
ELECTRONIC RESOURCES, noun. Plural of electronic resource
ELECTRONIC ROCK, noun. A genre of rock music that is completely electronic.
ELECTRONIC SACKBUT, noun. An experimental musical instrument of the 1940s, having a piano-style keyboard (played with the right hand) and a controller that modified the sound (operated with the left hand).
ELECTRONIC SPORT, noun. An activity that involves playing video games competitively
ELECTRONIC SPORTS, noun. Plural of electronic sport
ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL, proper noun. (automotive) An electronic system that assists in the control of car stability.
ELECTRONIC TOLL COLLECTIONS, noun. Plural of electronic toll collection
ELECTRONIC, adjective. Of or relating to electronics; concerned with or using devices that operate on principles governing the behavior of electrons; "electronic devices".
ELECTRONIC, adjective. Of or concerned with electrons; "electronic energy".
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