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ESL is a common abbreviation for English as a Second Language.
ESL may also refer to:
- ESL is an abbreviation for East St. Louis, Illinois
- ESL Sports Centre, former name of the Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex, in Rochester, New York
- ESL, station code for Eastleigh railway station, serving the town of Eastleigh in the county of Hampshire, England
Art, entertainment, and media
- Eslicarbazepine acetate, an antiepileptic drug
Enterprises and organizations
- ESL Federal Credit Union, formerly Eastman Savings and Loan, a credit union based in Rochester, New York
- ESL Incorporated or Electromagnetic Systems Laboratories, a former technology company in the United States, founded by William Perry
- ESL Investments, a company founded by Edward Lampert
- Elbit Systems LTD, an Israeli-based defense contractor
- ESL (eSports), a company which organizes and produces eSports competitions
- Enduring Solutions Limited, a company supplying aftermarket Engine Control Units for the classic Subaru Impreza
- Ethnological Society of London, 1843-1871
- Super League, the premier rugby league competition in Europe
- Electron-stimulated luminescence, a lightbulb technology
- Electronic Shelf Label, a system used by retailers
- Electronic system-level, an electronic design methodology
- Electrostatic loudspeaker, a loudspeaker technology
- Quad Electrostatic Loudspeaker, a leading make of electrostatic loudspeaker
- Enterprise Service Layer, a term used in service-oriented architecture (SOA)
- Equivalent series inductance, a concept in electronics
- Equivalent static loads, also known as ESLM (Equivalent static load method), method for optimization of systems subject to dynamic loads
- Electrostatic levitation technique, used for the testing of materials sensitive to the presence of container walls.
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