[ih-lek-tron-ik, ee-lek-] /ɪ lɛkˈtrɒn ɪk, ˌi lɛk-/
of or relating to or to devices, circuits, or systems developed through .
of or relating to electrons or to an electron.
(of a musical instrument) using electric or electronic means to produce or modify the sound.
of, relating to, or controlled by computers or computerized systems:
electronic voting; an electronic document.
of or noting computerized products, services, or technologies:
of, concerned with, using, or operated by devices in which electrons are conducted through a semiconductor, free space, or gas
of or concerned with electronics
of or concerned with electrons or an electron: an electronic energy level in a molecule
involving or concerned with the representation, storage, or transmission of information by electronic systems: electronic mail, electronic shopping
1902, “pertaining to electrons;” 1930 as “pertaining to electronics;” see electron + -ic. Related: Electronically.
Relating to electrical devices that amplify and process electrical signals. Audio amplifiers, radios, and digital circuitry are electronic devices. ◇ The scientific study of the behavior and design of electronic devices and circuits is called electronics. Compare electric.
noun 1. banking transactions conducted through computerized systems, as electronic funds transfer by automated-teller machines, intended to speed operations, reduce costs, etc. noun a bank account maintained by computer and telecommunications links rather than physical transfer of cash, checks, or other negotiable instruments Usage Note computing
noun, Physics. 1. . noun, Physics. 1. a unit that is used to indicate the magnetic moment of the electron structure in an atom, equal to 9.27 × 10 −21 erg/gauss. Bohr magneton See under magneton.
noun 1. an electronic computer.
- Electronic cash
noun See electronic money