e-book/ ˈi bʊk / noun
a text in digital format that can be downloaded from the internet and read on a computer or mobile device:
The book is available in print or as an e-book.
E-book contrasts with p-book:
E-book sales are declining against p-books.
Read all about it: Stop the world – I want to get off!
euro-/ ˈjʊərɵ / combining form
Euro- can be combined with another word, usually a noun, to imply a connection with the continent of Europe, the European Union, or the euro currency:
europop | The documents are written in a barely comprehensible eurojargon.
It is sometimes written as a separate word, especially in newspapers:
the Euro Parliament in Strasbourg
Eurovision/ ˈjʊərɵvɪʒən / noun
a broadcasting network of which many national European broadcasters are members:
The race will be broadcast around the continent by Eurovision.
Eurovision is also short for the Eurovision Song Contest, a competition organized by the Eurovision network to choose the most popular song from participating countries:
This year’s Eurovision winners are Portugal.
eurozone/ ˈjʊərɵzon / noun
The eurozone consists of all the countries that use the euro as their legal currency:
Greece is in danger of being forced out of the eurozone.
Eurozone is not used in official language. The official term is the euro area:
Kosovo and Montenegro have adopted the euro, but are not officially part of the euro area.