eV

or ev

E.V.

  1. Also EV. electric vehicle.
  2. (of the Bible) English Version.
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Contemporary Examples of ev

Historical Examples of ev

  • Ev'ybody says they's puffeckly 'lighted to have you take us, Uncle.

    Mary's Rainbow

    Mary Edward Feehan

  • Poor Beth is all the time getting the worse of ev'ything, so she is!

    Mary's Rainbow

    Mary Edward Feehan

  • We's making a most beauty, grand s'prise for ev'ybody, and it's 'most ready!

    Mary's Rainbow

    Mary Edward Feehan

  • But——but——I thinked——that was what ev'ybody——called them, Dick.

    Mary's Rainbow

    Mary Edward Feehan

  • And you can play with our dollies, and we's going to have tea parties, and——and ev'ything!

    Mary's Rainbow

    Mary Edward Feehan


British Dictionary definitions for ev

eV

abbreviation for
  1. electronvolt

EV

abbreviation for
  1. English Version (of the Bible)
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ev in Medicine

eV

abbr.
  1. electron volt
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ev in Science

eV

  1. Abbreviation of electron volt
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