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era

noun [C]     /ˈɪə.rə/ US  /ˈɪr.ə/
a period of time of which particular events or stages of development are typical 时代;年代 the Clinton era 克林顿时代 a bygone (= past) era 过去的时代 the post-war era 战后年代 They had worked for peace during the long era of conflict. 在漫长的冲突不断的年代里,他们努力争取和平。 The fall of the Berlin wall marked the end of an era. 柏林墙的倒塌标志着一个时代的结束。 Long periods of time
Translations of “era”
in Arabic عَصر…
in Korean 시대…
in Malaysian zaman, era…
in French époque, ère…
in Turkish çağ devir…
in Italian era, epoca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 時代, 年代…
in Russian эра, эпоха…
in Polish era, epoka…
in Vietnamese kỷ nguyên, thời đại…
in Spanish época, era…
in Portuguese era, época…
in Thai ยุค, ยุคสมัย…
in German die Ära…
in Catalan època, període…
in Japanese 時代…
in Indonesian zaman, masa…
(Definition of era from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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