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S, s

noun uk   us   /es/ (plural Ss, S's or s's)

S, s noun (LETTER)

[C or U] the 19th letter of the English alphabet

S, s noun (SOUTH)

written abbreviation for south noun

S, s noun (SATISFACTORY)

US written abbreviation for satisfactory , when given as a mark for an exam or course

S, s

adjective uk   us   /es/

S, s adjective (SOUTH)

written abbreviation for south adjective or southern

S, s adjective (SMALL)

written abbreviation for small, used to show the size of a piece of clothing
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