[ih-kloh-zhuh n] /ɪˈkloʊ ʒən/
the emergence of an adult insect from its pupal case.
the hatching of a larva from its egg.
the emergence of an insect larva from the egg or an adult from the pupal case
1. electronic countermeasures. 2. European Common Market. storage error correcting memory. (1995-10-10) 1. electronic countermeasures 2. Emerging Company Marketplace 3. Error Correction Mode 4. European Common Market
1. European Computer Manufacturers Association, now ECMA International. 2. A subset of ALGOL. [Sammet 1969, p.180]. (1998-09-07) European Computer Manufacturers Association
- Ecma international
body (Formerly European Computer Manufacturers Association) An industry association founded in 1961 and dedicated to the standardisation of information and communication systems. ECMA edits standards and technical reports. All ECMA publications are available free of charge. The best known ECMA standard is ECMA 262, defining the scripting language ECMAScript. (2003-06-23)
ecmnesia ec·mne·sia (ěk-nē’zhə, -zēə) n. Loss of memory for recent events.