Used as a courtesy title in Japanese-speaking areas as a suffix to the given name, surname, or title of the person being addressed, regardless of age or gender: Yamamoto san; sensei-san. (noun)
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Use "san" in a sentence
"While I do like it being in san diego, the traffic and parking is terrible."
"It is a way more shady looking area and i cant really relax around the con like i would in san diego because of the fact that it is a shady area. basically i much rather it stayed in san diego. ezgoo"
"I have only been to san diego those two times for comic con and i would much rather it stay in san diego because of the night life and the area it is located is perfect for relaxing, eating, the con, and hotel location."