American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to electrons.
- adj. Of, based on, operated by, or otherwise involving the controlled conduction of electrons or other charge carriers, especially in a vacuum, gas, or semiconducting material.
- adj. Of, relating to, or produced by means of electronics: electronic navigation; electronic books.
- adj. Of or relating to music produced or altered by electronic means, as by a tape recorder or synthesizer.
- adj. Of, implemented on, or controlled by a computer or computer network.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of electrons. See electron, 2 and 3.
- adj. physics, chemistry : Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
- adj. Operating on the physical behavior of electrons, especially in semiconductors.
- adj. Generated by an electronic device.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the Internet.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Physics & Chem.) Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
- adj. Using the methods or principles of electronics as part of the working mechanism; -- of devices.
- adj. Using computerized storage or transmission of information
- adj. of or pertaining to electronics.
- adj. of or concerned with electrons
- adj. of or relating to electronics; concerned with or using devices that operate on principles governing the behavior of electrons
- From Latin electrinus ("made of amber"), from Ancient Greek ἤλεκτρον (ēlektron, "amber"). (Wiktionary)
“At least we have seen some serious comments, by those familiar with computers, aimed at disabusing us of the term electronic brain, pointing out that the analogy between the human brain and the computer is a totally false one: although computers can sort and organize and generally process information at incredible speeds, they cannot”
“Goldwater never forgave the Johnson campaign for what he called "electronic dirt.”
“This is -- this would be the ruination of talk radio and the end of what I call the electronic town hall.”
“We got the authority last year to put into effect what we call electronic travel authorization.”
“They ` re going to be able to find what we call electronic footprints that are on his hard drive, trace back through the server to whoever he was in contact with.”
“Web site in the form of what they call electronic briefing books and I just posted one on -- on the Directorate of Science and Technology, and it also produces document sets which consist of maybe 15,000 pages of declassified documents on microfiche along with a-- a guide that contains a chronology and a-- and an essay about the topic.”
“GATES: Well, this is a prototype of what we call the electronic book.”
“The association says that expanding the availability of what it calls electronic scratch machines could raise more than $150 million next year if the machines are installed at established banked card rooms around the state.”
“But Dominguez, a practitioner of what he calls electronic civil disobedience, says the phones eventually will be available for use across Arizona.”
“Yoder plays what he calls electronic acoustic guitar with his instrument hooked to a variety of devices that create atmospheric sounds as Yoder plays and sings.”
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