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-er

suffix (FROM A PLACE)
来自一个地方
 
 
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added to the names of particular places to form nouns referring to people who come from those places
(加在特定的地名后构成名词)来自(或住在)…地方的人
a Londoner (= a person who comes from London)
伦敦人
a northerner (= a person who comes from the north)
北方人
People who live or settle somewhere
(Definition of -er suffix (FROM A PLACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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