era

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈɪərə/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈɪrə, ˈɛrə/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ērə, erə)


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era

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [Edwardian, Victorian, Elizabethan] era
  2. the ancient [Roman, Greek] era
  3. the modern era of [the internet, social media]
  4. the modern era in [politics, business, sports]
  5. [is, are in] the modern era of
  6. a [machine, practice, belief] from an old era
  7. was not possible before the modern era
  8. our era will be remembered for
  9. the era was [marked, marred, characterized] by
  10. [marked, ushered in] a new era
  11. marked an era in [movie making, world history]
  12. is the [dawn, beginning, start] of a new era
  13. was the golden era for [soul music, investors, steam trains, boxing]
  14. the bygone era of [vinyl, VHS, fax machines]
  15. belonged to a [bygone, forgotten] era
  16. part of the [Neolithic, Paleolithic, Mesolithic] era
  17. was a leading [scientist, philosopher, quarterback] of the era
  18. was a violent era of [Spanish] history
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