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an e-mail: an electronic mail, a message sent via the internet

to e-mail (someone): to communicate with (someone) via an electronic message
I e-mailed Bruno last Monday, but he hasn't replied yet.

mail: post, letters, parcels, correspondence


  • "In the meantime, if you wish to continue using e-mail, which I gather is important, please reduce the size of your personal inboxes immediately."
  • "Attached to this e-mail you will find a spreadsheet listing the size of the biggest e-mail accounts in the company."
  • "Many thanks for your email."
  • "I would also like someone to set up her email account, check that all the cables are plugged in properly to her P."
  • "I called this meeting because I have some important news which couldn't be delivered in an email."
  • "Susie, our users have written to us via email, Twitter, and in one case by pigeon all asking you business questions."
  • "FAX (None) - E-MAIL"
  • "I'm still waiting for mine to be fixed (this email notwithstanding)!"
  • "I received an e-mail from Bruno."
  • "For example, I try to answer Bruno's emails immediately."

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