1 of or relating to electronics; concerned with or using devices that operate on principles governing the behavior of electrons; "electronic devices"
2 of or concerned with electrons; "electronic energy"
EtymologyFrom Latinised Greek "electrinus" "made of amber", from Ancient Greek ήλεκτρον (elektron) "amber", from ηλέκτωρ (elektor) "shiny, bright", from ήλιος (elios) "sun".
Electronic may refer to:
- Electronics, devices that work by controlling the flow of electrons
- Electronic music or electronica
- or their self-titled debut album Electronic
- Relating to the electromagnetic
- as in electronic warfare
- Electron configuration in an atom or molecule
- Using computer files or the Internet, often shortened to "e-", as in e-mail for electronic mail
- Video game company Electronic Arts
- Electronic publishing
electronic in Simple English: Electronic