[ US /ˈɝnɝ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɜːnɐ/ ]
  1. someone who earn wages in return for their labor
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How To Use earner In A Sentence

  • It seems that the foreign secretary is a fast learner. Times, Sunday Times
  • Because the learner has become competent with the short vowels, consonants, and consonant blends, he or she can now concentrate on mastering the long-vowel spelling forms.
  • I repeated it easily; I'd always been a fast learner with languages.
  • Learners at the advanced stage use their own creativity and seek delicate discriminations of meaning, stylistic niceties, subtleties of culture and discourse, and greater acquaintance with the language.
  • This dictionary is an invaluable reference tool for advanced learners.
  • Reshuffling the department by transferring teachers to other position will not be of great help to our learners.
  • Quick learners should be allowed to forge ahead.
  • These imports are used to feed patients in hospitals, learners in schools and soldiers in the army barracks.
  • A former driving school car is also easily spotted by the poor panel gaps and resprayed bodywork that come from the numerous minor prangs of learner drivers.
  • Health is also of primary importance to lower-income earners, who may have lower rates of health insurance coverage.
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