Translation of e'er in Spanish:

e'er

Pronunciation: /ɛr//ɛː/

adverb

literary, archaic

  • 1

    ever
    • But, unfortunately, now is not the time for soft-peddling the truth like this (if e'er a time there be).
    • No man that's born of woman Shall e'er have power upon thee.
    • Now let's get a move on because if we e'er want to come close to them pirates, we needs to hurry.
    • Before the Mousetrap, Hamlet calls Horatio ‘as just a man / As e'er [his] conversation cop'd withal ’.