Er definitions

ûr
Earned run.
abbreviation
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Emergency room.
abbreviation
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Forming the comparative degree of many adjectives and adverbs.

Later, greater.

affix
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The action of ____ing.

Demurrer, repleader.

affix
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Repeatedly.

Flicker, patter.

affix
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Used when hesitating in speaking, as while searching for a word or collecting one's thoughts: a conventionalized representation of the sound.
interjection
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pronoun
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Erbium.
symbol
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Contraction of her .

Look at 'er go!

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Emergency room.
abbreviation
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Used to express hesitation or uncertainty.
interjection
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One that performs a specified action.

Swimmer.

suffix
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ER is defined as an abbreviation for emergency room.

An example of an ER is the section of a hospital for immediate care.

abbreviation
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Er is defined as something you say when you hesitate during a conversation or talk.

An example of er is what is written in a radio transcript when someone pauses.

interjection
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Emergency room.
abbreviation
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(UK) Said when hesitating in speech.
interjection
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The ccTLD for Eritrea as assigned by the IANA.
abbreviation
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One that undergoes or is capable of undergoing a specified action.

Broiler.

suffix
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One that has.

Ten-pounder.

suffix
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One that is associated or involved with.

Banker.

suffix
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Native or resident of.

New Yorker.

suffix
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One that is.

Foreigner.

suffix
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Used to form the comparative degree of adjectives and adverbs.

Darker; faster.

suffix
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A person having to do with, esp. as an occupation or profession.

Hatter, geographer.

affix
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A person native to or living in.

New Yorker, cottager.

affix
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A thing or action connected with.
affix
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A person or thing that ____s.

Roller.

affix
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(informal) To utter the word "er" when hesitating in speech, found almost exclusively in the phrase um and er.

He ummed and erred his way through the presentation.

verb
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Variant form of -er used in words ending with an abbreviation or (sometimes) a number.

4-H'er, 49'er.

suffix
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Origin of er

Middle English partly from Old English -ere (from Germanic -ārjaz) (from Latin -ārius -ary) partly from Anglo-French -er (from Old French -ier) (from Latin -ārius) and partly from Old French -ere, -eor –or1