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Messrs
Pronunciation: /ˈmɛsəz/

Translation of Messrs in Spanish:

plural noun plural of Mr

  • Messrs Smith and Jones, Hardware Merchants
    Smith y Jones, artículos de ferretería
    Example sentences
    • So should Messrs Hooper, Wilson, Baillie, Lees and Khouri - and a few females.
    • The cattle were shipped by Messrs Cosgrave and Clarke, Cattle Dealers.
    • Performing works for transverse flute and harpsichord were the young Messrs.

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