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Generation Xer

Syllabification: Gen·er·a·tion X·er
Pronunciation: /ˌjenəˌrāSHən ˈeksər
 
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Definition of Generation Xer in English:

noun

A member of Generation X (born from the early 1960s to mid 1970s): as a Generation Xer I have come to the conclusion that the politicians have let a whole generation down
More example sentences
  • If you can remember when man first walked on the moon then it is likely that your attitude to new technology is different from a Generation Xer or Net-Generation member who think it all began with the first Star Wars movie.
  • However, should your company be one that provides training, the Generation Xers may not leave so quickly.
  • The potential talent and creativity of Generation Xers has a hard sugar-coating of destructive self-love.

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