[ih-lek-truh-tahyp] /ɪˈlɛk trəˌtaɪp/
a facsimile, for use in printing, of a block of , an engraving, or the like, consisting of a thin copper or nickel shell deposited by electrolytic action in a wax, lead, or plastic mold of the original and backed with lead alloy.
verb (used with object), electrotyped, electrotyping.
to make an electrotype of.
a duplicate printing plate made by electrolytically depositing a layer of copper or nickel onto a mould of the original Sometimes shortened to electro
(transitive) to make an electrotype of (printed matter, illustrations, etc)
noun 1. the use of telecommunications networks to transfer funds from one financial institution, as a bank, to another, or to withdraw funds from one’s own account to deposit in a creditor’s. Abbreviation: EFT.
- Electronic frontier foundation
body (EFF) A group established to address social and legal issues arising from the impact on society of the increasingly pervasive use of computers as a means of communication and information distribution. EFF is a non-profit civil liberties public interest organisation working to protect freedom of expression, privacy, and access to on-line resources and information. […]
- Electroweak interaction
/ɪˌlɛktrəʊˈwiːk/ noun 1. (physics) a type of fundamental interaction combining both the electromagnetic interaction and the weak interaction See also electromagnetic interaction, weak interaction
- Electroweak force
electroweak force (ĭ-lěk’trō-wēk’) A hypothetical force postulated to explain both the electromagnetic force and the weak nuclear force as two aspects of a single force.