the branch of engineering science that studies the uses of electricity and the equipment for power generation and distribution and the control of machines and communication
Members of this Topic: ↑repeater
Hyponyms: ↑telecommunication

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\\ˈē\ noun (plural een \\ˈēn\)
Etymology: Middle English (northern dialect), from Old English ēage — more at eye

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a proportional shoe width size narrower than EEE and wider than E.

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1. Early English
2. (also ee) errors excepted

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ee «ee», noun.
Scottish. eye.
suffix added to verbs to form nouns.
1. a person who is _____: »

Absentee = a person who is absent.

2. a person who is _____ed: »

Appointee = a person who is appointed.

3. a person to whom something is _____ed: »

Mortgagee = a person to whom something is mortgaged.

4. a person who _____s: »

Standee = a person who stands.

[< Anglo-French -e, masculine past participle ending of verbs in -er < Latin -ātus. Compare etym. under -ate1.]
errors excepted.
EE (no periods),
1. electrical engineer.
2. electrical engineering.
1. Early English.
2. a) electrical engineer. b) electrical engineering.
3. errors excepted.

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electrical engineer
electrical engineering

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north. and esp. Sc. form of eye, q.v. for the word and its compounds, ee-bree, ee-list, etc.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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