e-book

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See also: ebook, eBook, and E-Book

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Contraction of electronic book.

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e-book (plural e-books)

  1. Electronic book, a book published in electronic form.
    • 2004, Sunil Saxena, Breaking News: The Craft and Technology of Online Journalism
      The hype around e-books was electrifying in the year 2000 when Stephen King became the first celebrity writer to publish an e-novel.

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Noun[edit]

e-book m (plural e-books)

  1. e-book

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