eur

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-eur

a suffix occurring in loanwords from French, usually agent nouns formed from verbs (entrepreneur; voyeur ), less commonly adjectives (agent provocateur ).

Origin:
< French; Old French -o(u)r < Latin -ōr- -or2 and -eo(u)r < Latin -ātōr- -ator; see -tor

Eur.

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eur-
 
combining form
a variant of euro-

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EUR
European Economic and Monetary Union—euro (currency)
Eur.
  1. Europe

  2. European

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