Definition of "s" [s]
- (noun) The 19th letter of the modern English alphabet.
- (noun) Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter s.
- (noun) The 19th in a series.
- (noun) Something shaped like the letter S.
- (abbreviation) second (unit of time)
- (noun) the 19th letter and 15th consonant of the modern English alphabet
- (noun) a speech sound represented by this letter, usually an alveolar fricative, either voiceless, as in sit, or voiced, as in dogs
- (noun) something shaped like an S
- (noun) (in combination)
Use "s" in a sentence
- "The mutual relations between the limits in the set l (s), and also between these limits and the limits in other sets l (s′), l (s″), ..., which arise from other abstractive sets s′, s″, etc., have a peculiar simplicity."
- "Besides financial support and managerial experience, Mr. Rod é s Vil à values Mr. Bollor é 's long-term commitment to the group."
- "HS: It was because there were no words, and I wanted Petra Hayden to do her thing, to do some "la la" 's, and she did these "ha ha"'s."