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editor in chief the editor who has the final authority to make policy decisions and supervises the other editors at a publishing house or on a specific publication.
editorship the position or activities of an editor. [2 definitions]
EDP abbreviation of "electronic data processing," the use of computers to process and store information.
EDT abbreviation of "Eastern Daylight Time."
educable capable of learning through education.
educate to provide knowledge, training, and guidance to. [4 definitions]
educated having an education. [3 definitions]
education the act or process of learning or educating. [4 definitions]
educational of or relating to education. [2 definitions]
educationist a person specializing in the methods and theories of teaching or education, often one considered to be out of touch with the actual practice of teaching.
educator a person who teaches. [2 definitions]
educe to bring out; draw forth; elicit. [2 definitions]
Edwardian characteristic of or relating to the reign of Edward VII of Great Britain, esp. in displaying opulence, self-indulgence, or elegance.
Edward VII the king of Great Britain in 1901-10 (b.1841--d.1910).
-ee one that benefits from or undergoes (such) a thing or action. [3 definitions]
E.E.C. abbreviation of "European Economic Community," an economic association of major western European countries mainly designed to eliminate tariffs on trade among member nations and establish uniform tariffs on goods from other countries; Common Market.
EEG abbreviation of "electroencephalogram," the graphic pattern recorded by an electroencephalograph of electric activity in the brain.
eel any of numerous long, snakelike fishes of fresh water or ocean.
eelgrass a grasslike plant that grows under water, esp. along the Atlantic coast of North America.
eelpout any of various bony fishes that resemble eels, having a long thin body and a large head. [2 definitions]
eelworm any of numerous, often parasitic worms that have a long, round, unsegmented body.