Pronunciation:  US [ɔr] UK [ɔː(r)]
  • conj.Or otherwise, if not, (any, when two or more things) are not
  • n."Heraldry" black gold
  • prep.Better than ... Earlier
  • WebStill; or; the operating room (operating room)

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