Hay 2 definiciones de era en inglés:

era

Saltos de línea: era
Pronunciación: /ˈɪərə
 
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  • 1A long and distinct period of history: his death marked the end of an era leading photographers of the Victorian era
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    • At least four distinct periods, or eras, define the recent history of Congress.
    • Few eras of American history have undergone as sweeping a reinterpretation by historians in the past forty years as Reconstruction, the turbulent period that followed the Civil War.
    • The structure of the novel, then, makes possible a way of thinking about America that crosses the lines between eras, making American history a single connected story.
  • 1.1A system of chronology dating from a particular event: the dawn of the Christian era
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    • The period is further divided into the early Heian and the late Heian, or Fujiwara, eras, the pivotal date being 894, the year imperial embassies to China were officially discontinued.
    • Simply put, it was on that date that the communist era in Bulgaria started.
    • Many of America's great cathedrals of racing date from the Depression era of the film's setting.
  • 1.2 Geology A major division of time that is a subdivision of an aeon and is itself subdivided into periods: the Mesozoic era
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    • The division of the Phanerozoic into chronostratigraphic divisions - eras, periods, epochs and ages - has itself evolved over a period of about 200 years.
    • The largest would be the ‘Permo-Triassic’ extinction, between the Permian and Triassic periods, of the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras.
    • The following table shows the three eras and eleven geological periods that comprise the Phanerozoic.
  • 1.3 archaic A date or event marking the beginning of a new and distinct period of time: the landing of this English governor was an era in their lives

Origen

mid 17th century: from late Latin aera, denoting a number used as a basis of reckoning, an epoch from which time is reckoned, plural of aes, aer- 'money, counter'.

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Pronunciación: ˌkɒlərəˈtjʊərə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody

Hay 2 definiciones de era en inglés:

ERA

Silabificación: ERA

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abreviatura

  • 1 Baseball Earned run average.
  • 1.1Equal Rights Amendment.

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