com lets us try out experimental versions of our applications, which is something we could not do with traditional beta testers," said Constantinou.
What does EV stand for?
EV stands for Experimental Version
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of EV
We have 20 other meanings of EV in our Acronym Attic
- Escort Vessel
- Estimated Variance
- Evanescence (band)
- Evanston (Illinois)
- Evansville (Indiana)
- Evaporator Vessel
- Event Horizon (movie)
- Event Point (transportation)
- Exhaust Valve
- Expected Value
- Exposed Variable (plumbing)
- Exposure Value (photography)
- Extended Validation
- External Verification
- Extra Variable
- Extreme Value
- Extreme Voice (Ultravox fanzine)
- Extravehicular/External Charged Particle Directional Spectrometer
- Exceptional Value Cold Water Fishery (Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Restaurants serve a more elegant and experimental version of the food that I have sampled so far.
Though the current release is an experimental version, CM10 custom ROMs are known for their slick performance and extended customisation capabilities.
It's a more commercial version and I can also play out more experimental versions of it too.
An experimental version of Goggles will be available for people at Google Labs website.
Thus, we were not allowed to administer the experimental version of the TAKS until the end of April, with all assessments completed by the end of the school year, just before the beginning of June.
Liraglutide is injected once a day and Byetta twice daily, although the investment community is more anxious to see liraglutide compared with an experimental version of exenatide that is injected just once a week.
The excavation itself, a longer analysis of the site and its surroundings, and a description of an experimental version of the ancient hut are also discussed.