Ersatz (disambiguation)


Ersatz (disambiguation)

"Ersatz" is a German loanword in English which refers to substitutes of an inferior quality.

Ersatz may also refer to:

* "Ersatz" (film), a 1961 short animation
* "Ersatz" (Julien Doré album), a 2008 alternative album
* "Ersatz" (short story), a 1967 science fiction short story

ee also

* Ersatz Audio


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