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electronics

[ih-lek-tron-iks, ee-lek-]
noun
(used with a singular verb) the science dealing with the development and application of devices and systems involving the flow of electrons in a vacuum, in gaseous media, and in semiconductors.

Origin:
1905–10; see electronic, -ics

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electronics (ɪlɛkˈtrɒnɪks, ˌiːlɛk-)
 
n
1.  (functioning as singular) the science and technology concerned with the development, behaviour, and applications of electronic devices and circuits
2.  (functioning as plural) the circuits and devices of a piece of electronic equipment: the electronics of a television set

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electronics
1910, from electronic; cf. also -ics. The science of how electrons behave in vacuums, gas, semi-conductors, etc.
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