-er definition

  • suffix:
    • One that carries out a specified activity: swimmer.
    • the one that goes through or perhaps is with the capacity of undergoing a specified activity: broiler.
    • One that has actually: ten-pounder.
    • One associated or involved in: banker.
    • local or resident of: New Yorker.
    • one that's: foreigner.
    • regularly develop the comparative level of adjectives and adverbs: darker; quicker.
    • person or thing that does an action indicated by the root verb; always develop an agent noun.
    • individual whose career is (the noun).
    • A name for people or thing that's according to lots (with or without a noun).
    • regularly form nouns reduced than more formal synonyms.
    • one that enjoys.
    • individual who subscribes to a particular conspiracy concept or unorthodox belief.
    • Suffix denoting a resident or inhabitant of (the spot denoted by the appropriate noun); used to develop a demonym.
    • Suffix denoting residency in or around an area, area, or area.
    • Suffix accustomed form the plural of a small amount of English nouns.
    • person or thing linked to
    • more; accustomed develop the comparative.
    • more; used to form the comparative.
    • usually; accustomed develop frequentative verbs.
    • instance of (the verbal action); regularly develop nouns from verbs, particularly in legal terms.
    • always form slang or colloquial equivalents of terms.
  • others:
    • The cancellation of several English terms, denoting the broker; -- applied either to guys or things; such as hater, farmer, heater, grater. At the conclusion of brands of locations, -er signifies a person for the location.
    • A suffix familiar with form the comparative amount of adjectives and adverbs.

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