Definition of e
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- the third tone in the scale of C major or the fifth tone in the relative minor scale, A minor.
- a string, key, or pipe tuned to this tone.
- a written or printed note representing this tone.
- (in the fixed system of solmization) the third tone of the scale of C major, called mi.
- the tonality having E as the tonic note.
- electric field
- electric field strength.
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How to use e in a sentence
Measure E is one of many ways we can tackle this housing crisis.Opponents of Measure E (and More Housing) Want You to Be Very, Very Afraid|Marissa Tucker-Borquez|October 9, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Measure E on the November ballot would eliminate the 30-foot height limit and allow the Midway district to fulfill its great potential.
Measure E rights a wrong made years ago that included it in the coastal communities’ 30-foot height limit.
Boerma and colleagues are testing whether aspirin and other anti-inflammatories, including a form of vitamin E called gamma-tocotrienol, can help reduce cell damage from high-energy particles.What will astronauts need to survive the dangerous journey to Mars?|Maria Temming|July 15, 2020|Science News
And the Absinthe House has a full list: Other famous imbibers include P.T. Barnum, Oscar Wilde, and General Robert E. Lee.
Because Duck Dynasty receives monster TV ratings and Robertson paid by a company (A&E) while making these public statements.Butts, Brawls, and Bill Cosby: The Biggest Celebrity Scandals of 2014 |Kevin Fallon|December 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Originally conceived by author Clarence E. Mulford in 1904, Hopalong was crude, rough-talking, and dangerous.The Most Confusing Christmas Music Lyrics Explained (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|December 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The guitar is tuned to E, and an Eminor chord on a guitar just rings and rings forever.
"He brought Ray Charles to the mix as an influence on rock & roll," E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt once raved.
E was an Esquire, with pride on his brow; F was a Farmer, and followed the plough.
True; but as we are far enough now from that point, we must e'en make the best of the bad.
I can hardly help laughing at this myself; for, Se non e vero, ben Trovato!A Letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope|Colley Cibber
"I supposed you 'adn't, as 'e ain't 'ere, with yer ma," replied the young person.Rosemary in Search of a Father|C. N. Williamson
Nevertheless, he listened patiently for the thousandth time to the E flat concerto, as Steiniger played it.Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
British Dictionary definitions for e (1 of 7)
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- a note having a frequency of 329.63 hertz (E above middle C) or this value multiplied or divided by any power of 2; the third note of the scale of C major
- a key, string, or pipe producing this note
- the major or minor key having this note as its tonic
- electric field strength
- electromotive force
- Young's modulus (of elasticity)
- a person without a regular income, or who is dependent on the state on a long-term basis because of unemployment, sickness, old age, etc
- (as modifier)E worker See also occupation groupings
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Cultural definitions for e
A prefix that stands for “electronic” and refers to information technologies, business, and almost anything connected to or transmitted over the Internet. Some examples of its use include e-business, e-commerce, e-book, and e-mail.