Electronic definitions

ĭ-lĕk-trŏn'ĭk, ē'lĕk-
Of or relating to electrons.
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Of, based on, operated by, or otherwise involving the controlled conduction of electrons or other charge carriers, especially in a vacuum, gas, or semiconducting material.
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Of, relating to, or produced by means of electronics.

Electronic navigation; electronic books.

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Of or relating to music produced or altered by electronic means, as by a tape recorder or synthesizer.
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Of, implemented on, or controlled by a computer or computer network.
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Of or having to do with electrons.
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Operating, produced, or done by the action of electrons or other carriers in semiconductors, vacuum tubes, etc.
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Carried on by or making use of electronic equipment.

Electronic banking, electronic journalism.

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The definition of electronic is something that is produced or operated by charged electrons.

An example of electronic is a television being plugged into a wall socket.

An example of electronic used as an adjective is the phrase electronic banking which refers to a process where funds are transferred through computerized systems such as automated teller machines and online banking.

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Relating to electrical devices that amplify and process electrical signals. Audio amplifiers, radios, and digital circuitry are electronic devices. &diamf3; The scientific study of the behavior and design of electronic devices and circuits is called electronics.
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A device that operates on the basis of the controlled flow of electrons through semiconductors. See also electromagnetic and electromechanical.
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(physics, chemistry): Of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.
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Operating on the physical behavior of electrons, especially in semiconductors.
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No moving/mechanical parts. The term electronic implies that analog and/or digital circuits are used to provide a solution. Electricity (electrons) activate semiconductor elements that change their state, but all the movement is at atomic levels. Electronic systems also imply some form of decision making or "intelligence" as in all computer-based devices. See intelligence.Electromechanical and ElectricalComputers, smartphones and tablets are examples of electronic devices, whereas a keyboard and mouse are electromechanical devices because they have moving parts (keys, buttons, scroll wheels). Electricity used as raw power for heat, light and motors is considered electrical, not electronic.From "Electron Tube"Although coined earlier, "Electronics" magazine (1930) popularized the term electronic. The magazine subheading read "Electron Tubes - Their Radio, Audio, Visio and Industrial Applications." The term was derived from the electron (vacuum) tube. See semiconductor, vacuum tube, hardware circuit, electron and electromechanical.
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Generated by an electronic device.

Electronic music.

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Of or pertaining to the Internet.
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Origin of electronic

From Latin electrinus (“made of amber”), from Ancient Greek ἤλεκτρον (ēlektron, “amber”).