[ih-rey-sher] /ɪˈreɪ ʃər/
an act or instance of .
a place where something has been ; a spot or mark left after :
You can’t sign a contract with so many erasures in it.
the act or an instance of erasing
the place or mark, as on a piece of paper, where something has been erased
1734, from erase + -ure.
[er-uh-toh] /ˈɛr əˌtoʊ/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the Muse of love poetry. /ˈɛrəˌtəʊ/ noun 1. (Greek myth) the Muse of love poetry muse who presided over lyric poetry, from Greek erastos “loved, beloved; lovely, charming,” verbal adjective of eran “to love, to be in love with” (see Eros).
[er-uh-tos-thuh-neez] /ˌɛr əˈtɒs θəˌniz/ noun 1. 276?–195? b.c, Greek mathematician and astronomer at Alexandria. /ˌɛrəˈtɒsθɪˌniːz/ noun 1. ?276–?194 bc, Greek mathematician and astronomer, who calculated the circumference of the earth by observing the angle of the sun’s rays at different places Eratosthenes (ěr’ə-tŏs’thə-nēz’) Greek mathematician and astronomer who is best known for making an accurate […]
[eer-bil, air-] /ˈɪər bɪl, ˈɛər-/ noun 1. a town in N Iraq: built on the site of ancient Arbela. /ˈɜːbɪl/ noun 1. a city in N Iraq: important in Assyrian times. Pop: 870 000 (2005 est) Ancient name Arbela
ERBF abbr. effective renal blood flow effective renal blood flow