EFTS

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electronic funds transfer system.

eft

1
[ eft ]
/ ɛft /

noun

a newt, especially the eastern newt, Notophthalmus viridescens (red eft), in its immature terrestrial stage.
Obsolete. a lizard.

Origin of eft

1
before 1000; Middle English evet(e), Old English efete; cf. newt

EFT

or EFTS

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EFTS

/ computing /

abbreviation for

electronic funds transfer system

eft

1
/ (ɛft) /

noun

a dialect or archaic name for a newt
any of certain terrestrial newts, such as Diemictylus viridescens (red eft) of eastern North America

Word Origin for eft

Old English efeta

eft

2
/ (ɛft) /

adverb

archaic
  1. again
  2. afterwards

Word Origin for eft

Old English; see aft, after

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Word Origin and History for efts

eft

n.

Old English efte, efeta "small lizard-like animal," of unknown origin (see newt).

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