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era

American English: /ˈɪrə/
, /ˈɛrə/
British English: /ˈɪərə/

noun

  • the Napoleonic era
    la era napoleónica
    this would mark a new era in medicine
    esto haría época or marcaría un hito en la historia de la medicina
    the Christian Era
    la Era Cristiana
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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ERA
  • 1 (in US) (Law)
    Equal Rights Amendment
  • 2 (in baseball)
    Earned Run Average

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