email

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈiːmeɪl/


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email

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [junk, spam, personal, work] email
  2. wrote you a [long, short] email
  3. have not yet [replied, responded] to your email
  4. have not [replied] to your email yet
  5. still need to reply to your email
  6. have too many emails
  7. [deleted, cleaned out] emails
  8. forwarded an email to you
  9. have you seen my email yet?
  10. write an email to [a friend, your boss]
  11. send an email to [a friend]
  12. got an email from my [sister, boss, ex-wife]
  13. got an email [about, concerning, on]
  14. receive [notifications, more information] by email
  15. receive [notifications] in your email
  16. will send it to you in an email
  17. will send it to your email
  18. will send you an email later
  19. send me an email with any [questions, concerns]
  20. drop me an email
  21. need to check my email
  22. [filter, check, catch up with] your emails
  23. attach the [file, document, image] to the email
  24. attached to this email (is)
  25. get in [contact, touch] by email
  26. contact us by email or [phone, fax, social media]
n as adj
  1. a new email [account, address]
  2. an email [message, attachment]
  3. email marketing
  4. an email notification
v
  1. email [him, your teacher, your parents]
  2. email me your [CV, resume, assignment]
  3. email me at [home, the office, my normal address]
  4. [need to, didn't] email her back
  5. email [confirmation, an order, tickets]
  6. emailed her the [file, photos]
  7. will email the photos [of, from]
  8. email the [form, results] back
  9. emailed out a [list, survey, advertisement]
  10. write, email or fax (us)
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