electronica

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NounEdit

electronica (uncountable)

  1. (music) Any of a wide range of electronic music genres.
    • 2012, Michael Campbell, Popular Music in America: The Beat Goes On:
      By mid-decade, electronica began to chart, in the music of acts such as Bjork, Chemical Brothers, and Moby, and the resources of electronica were integrated into other non-pop styles, such as the industrial music of Trent Reznor []
    • 2014, Timothy D. Taylor, Strange Sounds: Music, Technology and Culture
      New Age music [] like all musics, has its margins, and these are blurred with ambient, techno, and other electronica.
  2. Electronic items in general.
  3. (Internet) The data trail of an individual on the public internet. (Can we add an example for this sense?)

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NounEdit

ēlectrōnica f (genitive ēlectrōnicae); first declension

  1. (New Latin) electronics

DeclensionEdit

First-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative ēlectrōnica ēlectrōnicae
Genitive ēlectrōnicae ēlectrōnicārum
Dative ēlectrōnicae ēlectrōnicīs
Accusative ēlectrōnicam ēlectrōnicās
Ablative ēlectrōnicā ēlectrōnicīs
Vocative ēlectrōnica ēlectrōnicae

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