Definition of Era:
time period in history
Opposite/Antonyms of Era:
Sentence/Example of Era:
He describes an agency stuck in the mainframe era that needed to come up to speed quickly to fight the threat.
NBCUniversal is looking to update traditional TV measurement and planning for an era in which advertisers want to know how many sales they received versus how many people they reached.
On top of all this, the company is benefiting from consumers’ growing aversion to cash in the pandemic era.
Those of us who grew up in that era are now in our forties and fifties.
Speakers during the hearing floated several ideas about helping workers in the machine learning era.
We have to ask ourselves those questions as scientists and remember that — especially in times like the pandemic era we’re living in — we’re betting people’s lives on the answers to those questions.
NIST is now on the verge of picking the winning encryption algorithms—and ushering in a new era in cybersecurity.
Drafted in an era of optimism about the internet, Section 230 established a distinctly laissez-faire environment for online business.
One of the guiding missions of this new era of support is to trust in people to take what they need.
Like David Dodge in the car business, Chipotle knew how it would have to change in the pandemic era—but unlike most competitors, it went all in.