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era British & World English

A long and distinct period of history

ERA British & World English

Earned run average

Equal Rights Amendment British & World English

A proposed amendment to the US Constitution stating that civil rights may not be denied on the basis of one’s sex

ERA in Equal Rights Amendment British & World English

A proposed amendment to the US Constitution stating that civil rights may not be denied on the basis of one’s sex

Common Era British & World English

another term for Christian era.

Christian era British & World English

The period of time which begins with the traditional date of Christ’s birth

era English Thesaurus

the Napoleonic era

era English-Spanish

era f, época f

era Spanish-English

era, age

Common Era English-Spanish

the Common Era

¡ya era hora! in ya Spanish-English

about time (too)!

ya era de día in día Spanish-English

it was already light

era una babosería in babosería Spanish-English

it was a load of drivel

la era cristiana in era Spanish-English

the Christian era

era el penúltimo in penúltimo Spanish-English

I was second to last, I was last but one

the Napoleonic era in era English-Spanish

la era napoleónica

como era de prever in prever Spanish-English

as was to be expected

era cierto/posible in ser Spanish-English

it was true/possible

el hambre era canija in canijo Spanish-English

I was incredibly hungry, I was ravenous

era primavera/de noche in ser Spanish-English

it was spring(time)/night(time)

era de sangre noble in sangre Spanish-English

he was of noble blood

era un simple soldado in simple Spanish-English

he was an ordinary soldier

el ruido era enloquecedor in enloquecedor Spanish-English

the noise was enough to drive you crazy

era un dolor enajenante in enajenante Spanish-English

the pain was driving me/him out of my/his mind

era un hombre familiero in familiero Spanish-English

he was a family man, he was devoted to his family

se cayó cuan largo era in largo Spanish-English

he fell flat on his face

de niño era muy tímido in niño Spanish-English

he was very shy as a child

era carpintero de oficio in oficio Spanish-English

he was a carpenter by trade


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