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sir

noun   /sɜːr/
B1 You call a man ‘sir’ when you are speaking to him politely. caballero Excuse me, sir, is this seat taken?
Dear Sir
a way of beginning a formal letter to a man whose name you do not know se usa al principio de una carta formal dirigida a un hombre cuando no se conoce el nombre de éste
Sir
a title used in the UK before the name of a man who has been given official respect or who has a high social rank tratamiento honorífico que se da en el Reino Unido a algunos hombres Sir Cliff Richard
(Definition of sir from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sir

noun /səː/
a polite form of address (spoken or written) to a man señor, caballero Excuse me, sir! He started his letter ’Dear Sirs, …’.
in the United Kingdom, the title of a knight or baronet sir Sir Francis Drake.
(Definition of sir from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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