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St.noun

St. noun (STREET)

abbreviation forstreet: 19 ​East 17th St. Note: Used in writing after the name or number of a street.

St. noun (PERSON)

abbreviation for saint : St. Bartholomew’s ​Church
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Definition of "st" - British English Dictionary

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written abbreviation for stone noun : He ​weighs 12 st 3 lb.

St.noun

(also St) written abbreviation for Street, used in writing in the ​name of a ​street: My ​address is 27 Lind St.

Stnoun

written abbreviation for saint : used only before ​personalnames: St Andrew
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Definition of "St" - Business English Dictionary

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St

uk   us   (also St.)
written abbreviation for Street: used in the ​names of streets when writing ​addresses: 2610 East Bay St.

st

uk   us   MEASURES
written abbreviation for short ton
(Definition of St from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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