What does oh er misses mean?
Ooh err missus' and similar phrases are used on British television and in conversation to indicate that an innuendo has just occurred
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Answer \n. \n. \nA weaver is someone who makes cloth and rugs... that sort of thing. I knew a great lady in Wyoming who made custom rugs for a living, and made all the cloth from the angora rabbits that she raised. It was really cool to see her looms.\n. \nSee this site for more information:… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weaving\n. \n The suffix "-er" \n. \nThe suffix "-er" turns an action verb into a noun referring to a person or thing that performs the action. Thus a weaver is one who weaves. A farmer is one who farms. A starter is someone or something that starts something. Notice that you'll rarely see two e's back-to-back when adding -er to a word, though sometimes you do, depending on the word. (MORE)
The term E.R. in biology refers to the endoplasmic reticulum of a cell. This is membrane-like structure, continuous with the nuclear envelope (membrane around nucleus). Without ribosomes attached (smooth e.r.), it is responsible for the production of lipids and hormones. With ribosomes (rough e.r.),… it creates proteins used for digestion, enzymes, and other various cell activities. Jon (MORE)
COMO ERES --- the way you are (informal "you") Â¿CÃMO ERES? --- What are you like? (informal "you") You would answer with: Soy __ personality or physical trait. ex. Soy amable, generoso, alto, deportista, atrevido, atlÃ©tico, delgado, etc.
"Tu eres" means "You are" in Spanish. In the Spanish language thereare formal and informal versions of pronouns, and this is using theinformal. Formal version of the same expression would be "Ustedes".
The suffix -er when attached to an adjective forms the comparative and indicates more ie louder means more loud, whiter means more white.
it's a contraction of over , pronounced oar as in boat, used only by poets and other mad Englishmen.
Paraphrase of words from hymn 962 in the 1889 Methodist Hymnal. The word "ere" is a poetic form of the word "before". So the phrase refers to the ending of a worship service.
Its means you are from California; it can be used as a statement oras a question
The suffix -er is a comparative degree of adjectives and adverbs: Neater, Slower, Faster, Cooler.
eres means "you are" from the verb ser - To be. Yo soy -- I am TÃº eres -- you are Ãl/Ella / *usted es -- he/she is * you are (formal singular) nosotros/as somos -- we are vosotros/as sois -- you are ellos/as / *ustedes son -- they are *you are (formal plural)
Eres is a conjugation of the verb ser which is the verb to be . Eres is the conjuationj used when speaking towards a secondry person or group. De means of/from . It is used to state belonging, as in: "El lÃ¡piz de David" = "The pencil of David" or "La persona de Puerto Rico…" = "The person from Puerto Rico". . Also de is used to indicate what something is made of , as in: "La moneda de chocolate" = "The coin of chocolate" or "The chocolate coin" . Therefore, "Eres de" means "You are of/ from ..." such as "Eres de los Estados Unidos ." = "You are from the United States" . As in you come from there or you are originally from (born) there, the second is more common. When used as a question the syntax in Spanish remains the same. . Also, it can be used in a more casual/slang way (varies from country to country even city to city) like: "Eres de mantequilla" which literally would be "You're made of butter" but here it is used to say that you are too soft.. (MORE)
It is offensive. It means you are gay (but it uses a very offensiveterm for "gay")
It means "you are very handsome/hot." Or you can say "eres muy guapa" for a girl and it means the same thing.
They're - means "they are" ... the apostrophe takes the place of the letter A in "are" thus forming the contraction "they're". Usage: They're coming for dinner.
it means "null" or nothing, which means there is nothing to read so it can not read it
they mean like that she, or he, is unsure kinda like umm... or just .... they are not sure fo what to say
its de donde eres DONT FORGET ACCENTS where are you from =D
Tu eres means you are, but I've never heard of the word nansi is spanish. (I'm not a native speaker.) There is a similar word though, ansi, and the verb form of it is asÃ, which means obsolete.
As written "eres pareces joven" does not make sense. It literally states "you are look young." "Eres joven." = "You are young." "Pareces joven." = "You look/seem young."
To see or dream that you are a soldier in your dream signifies discipline, structure, rigidity and your staunch attitude. You are imposing your opinions and feelings on others. Otherwise, dreaming soldiers means that you are preparing yourself to do battle over an issue. You feel the need to defend …your beliefs, values and opinions. (MORE)
Many professional post graduates and engineering prefix Er. just as Dr. by a person holding P Hd. or any doctorate. In India usually Er. stands for engineer or any other equivalent professional degree like M.C.A.
You are. This is if you're talking to someone you are on a first name basis. If not, or it's someone respected highly, you should use 'usted es' to say "you are"
Elizabeth Regina, Regina being latin for Queen. It stands to show she is Queen and sovereign by birth, not by marraige.
endoplasmic reticulem their are two kinds of Endoplasmic Reticulum Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
it means you are ox. the ox is the dumbest animal , so you were considered stupid .
It means you are beautiful, said to a male. To a female, it would be "eres hermosa".
erst er means he first . Erst er und dann du. - He is first and then it's your turn. (literally he first and then you ) Erster means first . Ich bin Erster. - I'm first. (male) Ich bin Erste. - I'm first. (female)
Literally: He/she at birthday. Obviously, as this is not a complete sentence, it`s meaning depends on the context, it was written in.
On a paycheck, FICA stands for Federal Insurance Contributions Act.FICA is the United States Federal employment tax that is imposed tofund Medicare and Social Security.
You're hot. We usually use the word "caliente" with sexual meanings like "Â¿estÃ¡s caliente?" (a rude expression for telling somebody if he/she feel like having sex) Greetings from Spain
Literally, this is "you are welcome", but this is not what you would normally say. "Bienvenidos" is a stand - alone word, or is added to at the end. "Bienvenidos a mi casa" would be "welcome to my house". The English term "you are welcome" as a response to "thank you" is not used in Spanish. In t…hat case, you would use "de nada", "no hay de que", or "es un placer". (MORE)
It literally means, "You're not from the neighborhood." But it could be alternatively interpreted as, "You ain't from the 'hood."
Usually, "until". "I will stay with you ere the dawn." It means I will stay with you until sunrise.
if a guy is telling a girl then it means he thinks your hot the literal translation is your a delicious little one
You draw. Though, 'er' is used incorrectly and should be dropped or changed to 'ni'.
"Eres" is the present tense familiar (second person) conjugation of the verb "ser", which is one of the Spanish verbs meaning "to be" in English. "Feliz" means "happy". So the phrase means "you are happy", or as a question "Â¿Eres feliz?", it would mean "Are you happy?"
There is no verb "er" in Spanish. "Ir" is the closest thing, meaning "to go".
ja er would normally mean yes he. However that doesn't make sense so it's probably a grammar error that means Yes Him. *Ja ihm*
As a question it means, "Are you an American?" As a declarative sentence it means, "You're an American."
It means "you are North American". Most of the time, people use "norteamericano", because people in South and Central America are also "Americans".
It's a statement being made to a female person or a feminine thing. It means, "What a funny little thing you are."
ER stands for Endoplasmic Reticulum, which can also be found in plant cells. The function of the ER varies greatly depending on the type, and the cell in which it resides.
Eres tan guava = "You are such a guava" Eres tan guapa (probably what was said) means "You are so handsome/pretty (This statement is directed towards a woman or girl.)
Shakespeare uses this word twenty times in the play. You can substitute the word "before" if you like. For example: Let two more summers wither in their pride, Ere we may think her ripe to be a bride. means Let two more summers wither in their pride, Before we may think her ripe to be a bride…. Of course that makes the rhythm of the line wrong. Shakespeare did not use the word "before" to refer to time, only to space. It is the opposite of "behind". So when Macbeth says, "Is this a dagger which I see before me?", he means that the dagger is in front of him spatially. When talking about a previous time, Shakespeare used the word "ere". (MORE)
Are you reserved? Meaning are you a reserved type of person, a person that keeps to themself.
"Yo no eres china" is gibberish that translates to: "I not you are Chinese." Yo no soy china - I am not Chinese [TÃº] no eres china - You are not Chinese Eso no es china - That is not China.
apocode (?) un poco de = a little of/from donde eres = where you are
The suffixes -or and- er are user for people or things that do something. It can also be used for an action.
More happy. To express happiness that is more than merely 'happy', but not as much as being 'happiest'.
The Spanish grammar is off. It should be "TÃº no eres cÃ³mico" whichwould mean "You are not funny".