from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Electricity: electromagnet.
- Electric; electrically: electrocute.
- Electrolysis: electrodeposit.
- Electron: electronegative.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- electricity or electrical
- electronic and/or incorporating elements of electro(-funk)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- A prefix or combining form signifying pertaining to electricity, produced by electricity, producing or employing electricity, etc.
Instead my kids are part of the digital generation, born to the bip-bip-bip of Space Invaders and 80s electro-pop.
On Form & Control, they stick to a conventional disco/funk template whorls of synth, stabbing horns and frost it with stomping electro-pop.
Earlier, emerging Toronto artist Lights impressed with her electro-pop.
Elsewhere, the singer bemoans her attraction to conflicted people on "The Broken Ones," endears herself in the rollicking electro- dance of "Billy the Kid" and sounds charming and downcast on "Daniel."
The Senso's bio-metric interior, for example, was developed with the universities of Zurich and Innsbruck, using electro- luminescent film technology created by Bayer Material Science and Lumitec.