關於Electronic的意思和用法的提問

"Electronic"的近義詞和區別

Q: electric/electrical 和 electronic 的差別在哪裡?
A: electric/electrical = describes anything that uses or has some electricity involved
electric eel
electrical storm
electric toaster

electronic = usually refers to machines or parts which use electrical components to perform a function. I don't know the scientific definition, which is more complex.
computers
tvs
Q: electronic, electric 和 electrical 的差別在哪裡?
A: electrical means any appliance that carries electricity for eg i have electrical phone charger
Q: electronic 和 electric 和 electrical 的差別在哪裡?
A: "electronic" means it's to do with electronics - that is, technology which is very complicated, usually computerised, and assembled from lots and lots of very small or even microscopic parts. A computer is electronic. A fridge or a washing machine is electrical, but (unless it has a computer on board) is not usually electronic.

"Electric" and "electrical" are much more similar, but in practice, there are far fewer cases when you would use electrical.
Q: electronicelectronical 的差別在哪裡?
A: 'Electronical' is not a word (:
Q: electronic 和 electric 和 electrical 的差別在哪裡?
A: Electronic: more advanced devices like cell phones, televisions, digital watches, etc. If it has a circuit board, it's electronic.

Electric: simpler devices (usually tools) that use electricity, like an electric razor, toothbrush, guitar, oven or motor (and, by extension, even a car). Think 'something that has electricity passing through it.'

Electrical: something that pertains to electricity, but which doesn't necessarily utilize electricity itself. "Electrical tape" is a good example - it's non-conductive, so it's used to tape electrical wires (which themselves are not considered "electric" because they do not use the electricity, but merely carry it).

"Electronic"有關的其他問題

Q: Electronic voting has been highly controversial in the world. Some nations are considering the implementation of electronic voting system while many nations are concerned about the unpleasant ramifications of electronic voting. This essay describes that the drawbacks or hindrances of implementing electronic voting far outweigh the benefits for the following three reasons. 聼起來自然嗎?
A: × Some nations are considering the implementation of electronic voting system while many nations are concerned about the unpleasant ramifications of electronic voting.
✓ Some nations are considering the implementation of electronic voting systems while many others are concerned about the unpleasant ramifications of electronic voting.

× This essay describes that the drawbacks or hindrances of implementing electronic voting far outweigh the benefits for the following three reasons.
✓ This essay demonstrates that the drawbacks or hindrances of implementing electronic voting far outweigh the benefits for the following three reasons.

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Q: Electronic voting has been highly controversial in the world. Some nations are considering the implementation of electronic voting system while many nations are concerned about the unpleasant ramifications of electronic voting. This essay describes that the drawbacks or hindrances of implementing electronic voting far outweigh the benefits for the following three reasons.

To begin with, introducing Internet voting system is very costly to build and maintain.
Despite the fact that labor costs, such as organizing an election or counting ballots, can be cut, it cannot be denied that initial costs and maintenance fees for the system, which will be paid from tax.

Another downside of voting over the internet is that electoral malpractice is likely to burgeon.
For example, radical political groups may intimidate electorate to vote for a certain political party or illegally buy other people’s right to vote in order to let it win. This kinds of fraud will undermine the foundation of democracy.


Last not but least, system glitch or failure are inevitable if governments introduce electronic voting. Also, computer viruses that stop the system and the act of hacking that, even more badly, manipulate the election result are significant threats. Being unable to ensure the safety of election, electronic voting should not be promoted.

To sum up, electronic voting should not be promoted because of poor cost-effectiveness, threat to democracy, and inevitable system failures.
聼起來自然嗎?
A: × Electronic voting has been highly controversial in the world.
✓ Electronic voting has been a highly controversial topic in the world as of late.

× Some nations are considering the implementation of electronic voting system while many nations are concerned about the unpleasant ramifications of electronic voting.
✓ Some nations are considering implementing an electronic voting system while many nations are concerned about the unpleasant ramifications of electronic voting.

× This essay describes that the drawbacks or hindrances of implementing electronic voting far outweigh the benefits for the following three reasons.
✓ Through three clauses, this essay describes the drawbacks of implementing electronic voting and how they outweigh the benefits.

× To begin with, introducing Internet voting system is very costly to build and maintain.
✓ To begin, introducing an internet voting system is very costly to build and maintain.

× Despite the fact that labor costs, such as organizing an election or counting ballots, can be cut, it cannot be denied that initial costs and maintenance fees for the system, which will be paid from tax.
✓ Despite the fact that labor costs (e.g. organizing an election or counting ballots) can be cut, it cannot be denied that initial costs and maintenance fees for the system would be paid by taxpayers.

× Another downside of voting over the internet is that electoral malpractice is likely to burgeon.
✓ Another downside of online voting is that electoral malpractice is more likely to occur.

× For example, radical political groups may intimidate electorate to vote for a certain political party or illegally buy other people’s right to vote in order to let it win.
✓ For example, radical political groups may intimidate the electorate to vote for a certain political party or illegally buy other people’s right to vote in order for their party to succeed.

× This kinds of fraud will undermine the foundation of democracy.
✓ This kind of fraud can compromise the foundation of democracy.

× Last not but least, system glitch or failure are inevitable if governments introduce electronic voting.
✓ Last not but least, system glitches and failure are nearly inevitable if governments introduce electronic voting.

× Also, computer viruses that stop the system and the act of hacking that, even more badly, manipulate the election result are significant threats.
✓ Other significant threats would be computer viruses and hacking, which can stop these hypothetical systems and aid in manipulating election results.

× Being unable to ensure the safety of election, electronic voting should not be promoted.
✓ Because of its inability to ensure election safety, electronic voting should not be promoted.

× To sum up, electronic voting should not be promoted because of poor cost-effectiveness, threat to democracy, and inevitable system failures.
✓ In conclusion, electronic voting should not be promoted because of poor cost-effectiveness, threat to democracy, and inevitable system failures.

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