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English definition of “email”

email

noun [C/U] (also e-mail)  /ˈiˌmeɪl/ us  
a message sent from one person to another by computer: [U] I save all my e-mail. [C] She sent an e-mail to her children with the subject line, "Sad day."

email

verb [T] (also e-mail)  /ˈiˌmeɪl/ us  
to send something or write to someone using e-mail: She had emailed us about a league workshop on Wednesday. Late last week, the hospital e-mailed a statement declining to comment on the patient's case.
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