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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


  • "I called this meeting because I have some important news which couldn't be delivered in an email."
  • "For example, I try to answer Bruno's emails immediately."
  • "Like you, I also receive many e-mails."
  • "I like to send people a stream - or should I say glacier - of passive-aggressive e-mails until the person becomes numb and confused and eventually falls into a frozen lake."
  • "I received an e-mail from Bruno."
  • "That's not the first time I've ended an e-mail with that line!"
  • "She writes 'Susie, I receive a lot of e-mails every day, should I answer them or just destroy my computer?' Susie: Great question Lauren."
  • "FAX (None) - E-MAIL"
  • "Susie, our users have written to us via email, Twitter, and in one case by pigeon all asking you business questions."
  • "Horatio Oléré was recognized by a mountain goat, who immediately emailed our site, informing us that the millionaire shaman instigated a snowball fight with a band of peaceful Yetis."

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