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"Esq." in British English

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Esq.noun [after noun]

mainly UK formal written abbreviation for Esquire: a title added after a man's name on envelopes and official documents. If Esq. is used, Mr is not used before the name.
US written abbreviation usually used only after the full name of a man or woman who is a lawyer: Address it to my lawyer, Steven A. Neil, Esq./Gloria Neil, Esq.
(Definition of Esq. from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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Esqnoun [after noun]

uk   us   formal
UK abbreviation for Esquire: a title added after a man's name on envelopes and official documents. If Esq is used, Mr is not used before the name: The property belongs to Arthur Jones, Esq.
US abbreviation for Esquire: a title usually used only after the full name of a man or woman who is a lawyer: Address it to my lawyer, Steven A. Neil, Esq./Gloria Neil, Esq.
(Definition of Esq from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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“Esq.” in Business English

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