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e-moneynoun [U]

uk   us   also electronic money, also e-cash, also digital cash COMMERCE, E-COMMERCE, MONEY
money that is stored electronically, for example, on a computer or plastic card, and can be used to pay for products and services, for example, on the internet: A number of issues need to be resolved before we see e-money replace cash completely, the most important being data security.
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