[er-lahn-duh r] /ˈɛr lɑn dər/
[tah-guh-free-chuh f] /ˈtɑ gəˈfri tʃəf/ (Show IPA), 1901–85, Swedish statesman: prime minister 1946–69.
/ˈɜːlæŋ/ noun 1. a unit of traffic intensity in a telephone system equal to the intensity for a specific period when the average number of simultaneous calls is unity e 1. Agner Krarup Erlang. (The other senses were named after him). 2. A concurrent functional language for large industrial real-time systems by Armstrong, Williams and […]
[er-lahng-uh n] /ˈɛr lɑŋ ən/ noun 1. a city in Bavaria, S Germany. /German ˈɛrlaŋən/ noun 1. a town in central Germany, in Bavaria: university (1743). Pop: 102 449 (2003 est)
[ur-lang-er] /ˈɜr læŋ ər/ noun 1. Joseph, 1874–1965, U.S. physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1944. 2. a city in N Kentucky. /ˈɜːlæŋə/ noun 1. Joseph. 1874–1965, US physiologist. He shared a Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1944) with Gasser for their work on the electrical signs of nervous activity Erlanger Er·lang·er (ûr’lāng’ər), Joseph. 1874-1965. […]
[ur-luh n-mahy-er, er-] /ˈɜr lənˌmaɪ ər, ˈɛr-/ noun 1. a flask having a wide base, narrow neck, and conical form, convenient in laboratory experimentation for swirling liquids by hand. /ˈɜːlənˌmaɪə/ noun 1. a flask, for use in a laboratory, with a narrow neck, wide base, and conical shape; conical flask