e

e UK [iː] / US [ɪ] or E UK / US noun
Word forms "e":
singular e plural e's
Word forms "E":
singular E plural E's
1) [countable/uncountable] the fifth letter of the English alphabet. E is a vowel.
2) [countable/uncountable] music the third note in the musical scale of C major
3) [countable/uncountable] informal the illegal drug ecstasy, in the form of a pill
4) [countable] British a mark that a teacher gives to a student's work to show that it is very bad
5) [countable] informal an E number
See:
E I

English dictionary. 2014.

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