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English translation of 'era'

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era 1

See  ser intransitive verb
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era 2

feminine noun
(History) eraage
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era 3

feminine noun
(para cereales) threshing floor
(para flores) bedplot
(para hortalizas) patch

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Example Sentences Including 'era'

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El hombre que todas las mañanas pasaba delante de ti y te sonreía era tu enemigo.
Juan Goytisolo Señas de identidad
La cárcel que antes era propiedad del temible KGB (la Policía Secreta soviética) parece más una fábrica destartalada que una prisión de máxima seguridad.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
P. - Aunque se haya desconvocado la huelga, no era un signo de esa radicalización?
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Yo me quedé de una pieza, replicándoles que no era eso lo que acababa de escuchar en Euskadi, y que la violencia genera más violencia.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

Trends of 'era'

Extremely Common. era is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'era' in Other Languages

British English: era NOUN
An era is a period of time that is considered as a single unit.
...the nuclear era.
  • American English: era
  • Brazilian Portuguese: era
  • Chinese: 时代
  • European Spanish: era
  • French: ère
  • German: Ära
  • Italian: era
  • Japanese: 時代
  • Korean: 시대
  • European Portuguese: era
  • Latin American Spanish: era


Translation of era from the Collins Spanish to English
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