Definitions for LER
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the sea personified; father of Manannan; corresponds to Welsh Llyr
Ler is a village in the municipality of Melhus in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located along the Gaula River between the villages of Kvål and Lundamo. The 0.56-square-kilometre village has a population of 565. The population density of Ler is 1,009 inhabitants per square kilometre. Ler Station is located in the village along the Dovrebanen railway line, and it is served by commuter trains on Trønderbanen. The European route E6 highway also runs through the village. The most famous citizen of the village is former prime minister Per Borten. Ler was the administrative center of the former municipality of Flå. It is also the location of Flå Church.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
n. 1. [TMRC, from ‘Light-Emitting Diode’] A light-emitting resistor (that is, one in the process of burning up). Ohm's law was broken. See also SED. 2. An incandescent light bulb (the filament emits light because it's resistively heated).
Translations for LER
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
to look at and understand (printed or written words or other signs)
Have you read this letter?; Can your little girl read yet?; Can anyone here read Chinese?; to read music; I can read (= understand without being told) her thoughts/mind.
- lerPortuguese (BR)
- خوانددن؛ درک کردن؛ پی بردنFarsi
- خوانددن؛ درک کردن؛ پی بردنPersian
- لوستل، ويل، پوهيدل، زده كول، حل كول، پيشګويى كول، كتل، چاپول، ښيلPashto
- a citiRomanian
- 閱讀，看懂Chinese (Trad.)
- 阅读Chinese (Simp.)
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