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The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed the world is ruled by little else. Practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves of some defunct economist.
John Maynard Keynes
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Hungarian

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

Controversial origin

Noun

ér (plural erek)

  1. rill

Etymology 2

From Proto-Finno-Ugric *šärɜ (blood vessel).

Noun

ér (plural erek)

  1. blood vessel
  2. vein of a leaf
Derived terms

Etymology 3

Origin uncertain; perhaps from a Turkic language, compare Uyghuric är-, Chagatay ir-, Ottoman Turkish er- ("reach") verb forms.

Verb

ér

  1. reach
Derived terms
See also

Etymology 4

From ér ("reach").

Verb

ér

  1. be worth
Derived terms

Mandarin

Pinyin

ér (form of er2 with diacritic)

  1. :
  2. : son, child (Simplified Chinese Only); Kangxi radical ; Human
  3. : son, child, oneself
  4. : forced laughter
  5. : king-post
  6. :
  7. : tears; tearful
  8. : moat, trench, ditch; Australia
  9. : and; and then; and yet; but
  10. : whiskers
  11. :
  12. : cooked; well-done
  13. :
  14. :
  15. :
  16. :
  17. : hearse
  18. : hearse
  19. :
  20. :
  21. : whiskers, bristles on the jaws of an animal
  22. : roe
  23. : roe
  24. : swallow
  25. : swallow

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