Hay 6 definiciones de -er en inglés:

-er1

sufijo

1Denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity: farmer sprinkler
2Denoting a person or thing that has a specified attribute or form: foreigner two-wheeler
3Denoting a person concerned with a specified thing or subject: milliner philosopher
4Denoting a person belonging to a specified place or group: city-dweller New Yorker

Origen

Old English -ere, of Germanic origin.

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Palabra del día apposite
Pronunciación: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

Hay 6 definiciones de -er en inglés:

-er2

sufijo

Forming the comparative of adjectives (as in bigger) and adverbs (as in faster).

Origen

Old English suffix -ra (adjectival), -or (adverbial), of Germanic origin.

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Hay 6 definiciones de -er en inglés:

-er3

sufijo

Forming frequentative verbs such as glimmer, patter.

Origen

Old English -erian, -rian, of Germanic origin.

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Hay 6 definiciones de -er en inglés:

-er4

sufijo

Forming nouns used informally, usually by distortion of the root word: footer rugger

Origen

probably an extended use of -er1; originally Rugby School slang, later adopted at Oxford University, then extended into general use.

Definición de -er en:

Hay 6 definiciones de -er en inglés:

-er5

sufijo

Forming nouns:
1Such as sampler. Compare with -ar1.
[ending corresponding to Latin -aris]
1.1Such as butler, danger.
[ending corresponding to Latin -arius, -arium]
1.2Such as border.
[ending corresponding (via Old French -eure) to Latin -atura]
1.3Such as laver. See laver2.
[ending corresponding (via Old French -eor) to Latin -atorium]
2Equivalent to -or1.

Origen

via Old French or Anglo-Norman French (see above).

Definición de -er en:

Hay 6 definiciones de -er en inglés:

-er6

sufijo

chiefly Law
(Forming nouns) denoting verbal action or a document effecting such action: disclaimer misnomer

Origen

from Anglo-Norman French (infinitive ending).

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