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suffix uk   us   /-s/ /-z/
used to show that the following thing belongs to the person or thing named: the cat's tail Patricia's dress today's paper the children's shoes the house belonging to the stated person: The boys are at Katy's. UK the shop belonging to the stated person: I got it at the greengrocer's.
(Definition of -'s suffix from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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