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How to Pronounce years?

Correct pronunciation for the word "years" is [jˈi͡əz], [jˈi‍əz], [j_ˈiə_z].

What are the misspellings for years?

"Years" in context

Years are widely used as a measure of time and aging. They are the largest and most widely accepted unit measure of time, representing 365 days or 12 months of the year. They are convenient to measure long and short periods of time, since 100 years would represent a century and one year only a fraction of that. They are used to track eras and the passing of time, with the current era, or Common Era, starting after the death of Jesus (CE).

Years provide the context for historical events and give reminder of progress for people and societal changes.

Usage over time for years:

This graph shows how "years" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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