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electronic booknoun [C]

uk   /el.ekˌtrɒn.ɪk ˈbʊk/ us   /i.lekˌtrɑː.nɪk ˈbʊk/
also e-book a book that is published in electronic form, for example on the internet or on a disk, and not printed on paper: electronic book publishing an e-book publisher
(Definition of electronic book from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"electronic book" in Business English

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electronic booknoun [C]

uk   us   also e-book, digital book IT
a book that is kept in electronic form on a microchip, disk, or computer: An electronic book can be browsed like an ordinary book if you have the right software installed on your computer. an electronic book reader
(Definition of electronic book from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “electronic book”
in Chinese (Simplified) 电子书籍, 电子书籍阅读器…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電子書籍, 電子書籍閱讀器…
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