-er

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Englisch - Englisch
frequently; used to form frequentative verbs

twitter, clamber, mutter.

used to form nouns shorter than more formal synonyms

percenter (commission agent); one-hander (one-man show); ''oater (a Western-themed movie).

person or thing ranked by (the number) or having (the measurement or quantified set)

sixer, six-footer, three-wheeler, first grader.

person or thing connected with

danger, butler.

person or thing that (does the action indicated by verb); used to form an agent noun

reader, cooker, computer, runner-up, do-gooder.

instance of (the verbal action); used to form nouns from verbs, especially in legal terms

disclaimer, misnomer.

person whose occupation is (the noun)

astrologer, cricketer, trumpeter.

Used to form slang or colloquial equivalents of words

soccer, rugger, brekkers.

more; used to form the comparative

longer, bigger, faster, sooner, simpler.

resident or inhabitant of (the place denoted by the proper noun); used to form a demonym

New Yorker.

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entity-relationship model or entity-relationship diagram
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endoplasmic reticulum
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The statistic "Earned Run"; a run that was scored without the aid of an error by the fielding team that is charged to the pitcher responsible for allowing the runner that scored to reach base
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Elizabeth Regina
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To utter the word "er" when hesitating in speech, found almost exclusively in the phrase um and er

He ummed and erred his way through the presentation.

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Eroded fins Number of fish with eroded fins
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section of a hospital where people which emergency medical conditions are treated; name of a famous American television series that is staged in a Chicago hospital
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The ER is the part of a hospital where people who have severe injuries or sudden illnesses are taken for emergency treatment. ER is an abbreviation for `emergency room'. Er is used in writing to represent the sound that people make when they hesitate, especially while they decide what to say next. I would challenge the, er, suggestion that we're in third place. Eritrea (in Internet addresses). emergency room. The symbol for the element erbium. Used to express hesitation or uncertainty. emergency room. a sound you make when you do not know exactly what to say next (A representation of the sound)
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traversal after arrival, return after traversal from an anchor of the same link
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At the end of names of places, -er signifies a man of the place; as, Londoner, i
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stands for ErinRachel, who was a fellow member of a Pern Fandom club called Ridges of Pern We were on the DRW Weyrleaders and on BoD together and left at about the same time
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Earned runs allowed An earned run is a run that would have scored even in the absence of any errors by the defense
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Oestrogen receptor A protein on breast cancer cells that binds oestrogens It indicates that the tumour may respond to hormonal therapies Tumours with plenty of ER have a better prognosis that those which do not
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Said when hesitating in speech
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Emergency Room; Emergency Department
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a room in a hospital or clinic staffed and equipped to provide emergency care to persons requiring immediate medical treatment
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The termination of many English words, denoting the agent; applied either to men or things; as in hater, farmer, heater, grater
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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ERITREA
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a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs with yttrium
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Explicit Rate Mode in ABR Service
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Student transferred from another register within the same grade and school
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Edge Router
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= EXTREMELY RARE
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EnRoute User Guide: 1997
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Earned Run -- a run that was earned by the hitting team (i e , not caused by a defensive error)
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London man
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Emergency Room The American name for what in the UK is called A&E, or Accident and Emergency
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Short for "emergency room," this is the part of the hospital where kids go when there is some kind of big and unexpected health problem or accident
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Explicit Rate: The Explicit Rate is an RM-cell field used to limit the source ACR to a specific value It is initially set by the source to a requested rate (such as PCR) It may be subsequently reduced by any network element in the path to a value that the element can sustain ER is formatted as a rate
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Euro Radar - for EuroFighter
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"to make, to do" IE *er- // Etr ara
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Error A protocol data unit type in the OSI transport service
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Emergency Room
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Earned Runs
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expresses hesitation OD - a hypothetical force YA - you
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A POSIX-compliant ASCII representation of an ACL used for presentation to the user or interchanges between foreign systems
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Entity-relationship diagram; used in the context of system modeling and business modeling to describe database and data-store structures; these structures are called ER models
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Earned Run
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A suffix used to form the comparative degree of adjectives and adverbs; as, warmer, sooner, lat(e)er, earl(y)ier
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von -er im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

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Asker, nefer
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asker
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) Erken, geç değil
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Erbiyum'un kısaltması
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Erbiyum elementinin simgesi
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Koca
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Kahraman, yiğit
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hraman, yiğit
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İşini iyi bilen, yetenekli
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Erken
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Erkek
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Yiğit, kahraman
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Erken: "Er sabah kalktım ki sular çağlıyor."- Halk türküsü
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Erkek: "Noksansız bir çeyiz ve düğünle iyi bir ere verilen Zeynep'in hissesi ayrılmıştır."- T. Buğra
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Rütbesi olmayan asker, nefer: "Düşman erleri arasında Fransızlar da vardır."- S. Birsel. İşini iyi bilen, yetenekli kimse: "Sanat eri çalışır, bir eser kor ortaya, onun güzel olduğuna inanır, o güzelliği herkesin anlamasını, kavramasını ister."- N. Ataç
Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von -er im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

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Zou er goed uitzien in een minirok?
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er
-er

    Silbentrennung

    er

    Synonyme

    -le

    Etymologie

    [ &r; after some vowels, ] (adjective suffix or adverb suf.) From Middle English -er, -ere (agent, gentilic suffix), fusion of Old English -ere (from Proto-Germanic *-ārijaz), and Old English -ware (residency or "inhabitant of"). The relation of the Proto-Germanic form to the formally and functionally similar Latin -ārius is disputed. Cognate with German -er, Swedish -are.

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