ee definition

  • noun:
    • An eye.
    • a watch.
    • A common English digraph, of Middle English origin, having now the sound of “long” age, namely, ē.
    • A suffix of French, or maybe more remotely of Latin origin, fundamentally exactly like -ate and -ed, creating the cancellation of the perfect passive participle, and indicating the thing of an action.
    • A diminutive cancellation, occurring in bootee, goatee, etc. The diminutive power is less obvious in sofa, which may be viewed as a diminutive of sett-le.
    • the branch of engineering technology that studies the utilizes of electrical energy as well as the gear for power generation and circulation and the control over machines and interaction
    • a watch.
    • an eye fixed.
    • A common English digraph, of center English origin, having now the sound of “long” e, particularly, ē.
    • A suffix of French, or maybe more remotely of Latin source, eventually exactly like -ate and -ed, developing the cancellation of perfect passive participle, and indicating the thing of an action.
    • A diminutive cancellation, occurring in bootee, goatee, etc. The diminutive force is less apparent in couch, which can be considered to be a diminutive of sett-le.
    • the branch of engineering science that studies the uses of electricity together with gear for energy generation and distribution therefore the control over machines and communication
  • interjection:
    • eh
    • eh

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