or e-mail, E-mail
verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for e-mail
“For the record, I do not believe unions belong in government—including the police force,” Sherk said in an e-mail.
A phone message for Freundel at his synagogue was not returned, nor was an e-mail to his personal account.Accusations Pile Up on Top D.C. Rabbi Barry Freundel|Steven I. Weiss|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kushner, in an e-mail, said the reference came to her while she was writing.
“Our review was conducted on all publications, not one single publication,” Haney said in an e-mail.Gagging the Corps: A Marine Commandant’s War on Newsprint|David Abrams|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As BG spokesman Mark Todd told me in an e-mail this morning, “our position on Gaza Marine has not changed for some time.”
Determining the paths of an e-mail message is trivial for a machine, but almost impossible for a human being.
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Our e-mail reaches us as it reaches those to whom we send messages, even though most people have no idea how.
British Dictionary definitions for e-mail
Derived Formse-mailer, noun
Science definitions for e-mail
Culture definitions for e-mail
E-mail has become one of the most widely used aspects of the Internet, because it provides a means of mass communication to almost anywhere in the world at high speed.