-ern - traducción al español
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Ern (disambiguation); ERN

-ern      
Def: Sufijo.
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* eastern = oriental, del este
* northern = del norte, septentrional
* southern = del sur
* western = occidental, novela del oeste
erne         
pigargo
Tiselius      
n. Tiselius (Erné, bioquímico de Suiza que fue galardonado con el premio Novel)

Definición

-ern
¦ suffix forming adjectives such as northern.
Origin
OE -erne, of Gmc origin.

Wikipedia

Ern

Ern or ERN may refer to:

Ejemplos de pronunciación para -ern
1. Ern is my neighbor.
The Downtown Project _ Zach Ware _ Talks at Google
2. ELIZABETH KOLBERT: Thanks, Ern.
The Sixth Extinction - An Unnatural History _ Elizabeth Kolbert _ Talks at Google
3. Ern. You will take us through,
Hogfather (2006)
4. I'm like it, really looks like Ern is photobombing.
The Downtown Project _ Zach Ware _ Talks at Google
5. Kind of photo bombing there on the bottom right is Ern, which
The Downtown Project _ Zach Ware _ Talks at Google
Ejemplos de uso de -ern
1. The ERN says the 20th Century "forgot its rivers", letting them become rubbish dumps, polluted and dangerous, with access often forbidden.
2. Future events The idea for the event came from ERN founder Roberto Epple, who launched the first simultaneous river swimming day along a stretch the Loire River in 1''5.
3. "This project will induce the citizens to reconquer their rivers and lakes and will revive the powerful links that used to bind people to these spaces," the ERN says on its Big Jump website.
4. Secret 1'60s files state that "we should bend our energies to help produce a world economic climate in which our external trade, our income from invisibles and our balance of payments can prosper". The key was to protect sources of raw materials in the Middle East and south ern Africa by promoting "freer" global trade and "increasing our efforts to open up new markets". Postwar planners never intended to allow African countries to be truly independent.