IDE



1.
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1.
a suffix used in the names of chemical compounds:
bromide.
/aɪd/
noun
1.
another name for the silver orfe See orfe
suffix
1.
(added to the combining form of the nonmetallic or electronegative elements) indicating a binary compound: sodium chloride
2.
indicating an organic compound derived from another: acetanilide
3.
indicating one of a class of compounds or elements: peptide, lanthanide

suffix used to form names of simple compounds of an element with another element or radical; originally abstracted from oxide, the first so classified.

-ide suff.

-ide
A suffix used to form the names of various chemical compounds, especially the second part of the name of a compound that has two members (such as sodium chloride) or the name of a general type of compound (such as polysaccharide).

1. Integrated Drive Electronics, see Advanced Technology Attachment.
2. integrated development environment.
3. Interactive Development Environments.
(2002-04-14)
1.
integrated disk electronics
2.
integrated drive electronics
3.
interface design enhancement

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