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Sen. US English

Senate

sen US English

A monetary unit of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Malaysia, equal to one hundredth of a dollar in Brunei, one hundredth of a riel in Cambodia, one hundredth of a rupiah in Indonesia, and one hundredth of a ringgit in Malaysia

SEN US English

(In the UK) State Enrolled Nurse

sen New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

monetary unit of Brunei, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Indonesia, and formerly of Japan

State Enrolled Nurse US English

(In the UK) a nurse enrolled on a state register and having a qualification lower than that of a State Registered Nurse

SEN in State Enrolled Nurse US English

(In the UK) a nurse enrolled on a state register and having a qualification lower than that of a State Registered Nurse

Sen. in senate New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(capital in names; abbreviation Sen.)

Sen. in senator New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(capital in titles; abbreviation Sen.)

Sen. in senior New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(abbreviation Snr, Sr, Sen., or Senr)

Sun Yat-sen US English

(1866–1925), Chinese statesman; provisional president of the Republic of China 1911–12 and president of the Southern Chinese Republic 1923–25. He organized the Kuomintang force and established a secessionist government at Guangzhou

Sun Yat-sen New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(1866–1925), Chinese Kuomintang statesman

Powhatan2 US English

(C.1550–1618), Algonquian Indian chief; Indian name Wahunsonacock. He was the leader of the Powhatan Confederacy, an alliance of about 30 tribes that were located primarily in eastern Virginia. Often noted for his ruthlessness, he made peace with the colonists after his daughter Pocahontas married Englishman John Rolfe in 1614