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S1 US English

The nineteenth letter of the alphabet

S2 US English

Siemens

s US English

Second(s)

's US English

Is

-s1 US English

Denoting the plurals of nouns (as in apples, wagons, etc.)

-s2 US English

Forming the third person singular of the present of verbs (as in sews, vaunts, etc.)

-s3 US English

Forming adverbs such as afterwards, besides

-s4 US English

Forming nicknames or hypocoristics

-'s1 US English

Denoting possession in singular nouns, also in plural nouns not having a final -s

-'s2 US English

Denoting the plural of a letter or symbol

's- US English

(Used chiefly in oaths) God’s

S US English

The nineteenth letter of the alphabet

s in S1 US English

The nineteenth letter of the alphabet

second US English

A sixtieth of a minute of time, which as the SI unit of time is defined in terms of the natural periodicity of the radiation of a cesium-133 atom

s in second2 US English

A sixtieth of a minute of time, which as the SI unit of time is defined in terms of the natural periodicity of the radiation of a cesium-133 atom

Siemens US English

The SI unit of conductance, equal to one reciprocal ohm

S in siemens US English

The SI unit of conductance, equal to one reciprocal ohm

sulfur US English

The chemical element of atomic number 16, a yellow combustible nonmetal

S in sulfur US English

The chemical element of atomic number 16, a yellow combustible nonmetal

Svedberg US English

A unit of time equal to 10−13 seconds, used in expressing sedimentation coefficients

S in Svedberg US English

A unit of time equal to 10−13 seconds, used in expressing sedimentation coefficients

to the wind US English

In all directions

either/or US English

An unavoidable choice between two alternatives

entropy US English

A thermodynamic quantity representing the unavailability of a system’s thermal energy for conversion into mechanical work, often interpreted as the degree of disorder or randomness in the system

S in entropy US English

A thermodynamic quantity representing the unavailability of a system’s thermal energy for conversion into mechanical work, often interpreted as the degree of disorder or randomness in the system

S-M US English

Sadomasochism

S/S US English

Spring/summer (denoting or relating to fashion designed for the spring and summer seasons of a particular year)

s/s US English

Same size

c/s US English

Cycles per second

S & L US English

Savings and loan

S & M US English

Sadomasochism

n/s US English

Nonsmoker; nonsmoking (used in personal advertisements)

he's US English

He is

kc/s US English

Kilocycles per second

it's US English

It is

s/he US English

A written representation of “he or she” used as a neutral alternative to indicate someone of either sex

Mc/s US English

Megacycles per second, a unit of frequency equal to one million cycles per second

she's US English

She is; she has

S-VHS US English

Super video home system, an improved version of VHS using the same tape cassettes as the standard version

who's US English

Who is

let's US English

Let us

Pimm's US English

A gin-based alcoholic drink, served typically with lemonade or soda water and fresh mint

S-Bahn US English

(In some German cities) a fast urban railroad line or system

S & P 500 US English

Standard & Poor’s 500

s'pose US English

nonstandard spelling of suppose, representing informal speech.

s'more US English

A sweet snack consisting of a chocolate bar and toasted marshmallows sandwiched between graham crackers

Levi's US English

A brand of denim jeans

long s US English

An obsolete form of lower-case s, written or printed as ſ. It was used in initial and medial but not final position in a word and was generally abandoned in English-language printing shortly before 1800

S level US English

(In the UK except Scotland) an examination, or a pass of one, typically taken together with an A level in the same subject, but having a more advanced syllabus

S-video US English

A method of transmitting high-quality television signals from a video recorder, video camera, etc. by sending the signals for chrominance and luminance separately


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