-s
Pronunciation Suffix
  1. Used to form regular plurals of nouns.
    one computerfive computers
  2. Used to form many pluralia tantum (nouns that are almost or entirely without singular forms).
    shorts, sunglasses
  3. Used to form a word referring to a specific decade in the Gregorian calendar. Appended to the first year of the decade.
    1970s, 1890s
Translations Suffix
  1. Used to form the third-person singular indicative present tense of verbs.
    to eathe eats
Suffix
  1. Used in the formation of certain English adverbs.
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Suffix
  1. (on pronouns) Possessive marker, indicating that an object belongs to the word bearing the marker.
  2. (on nouns, now, nonstandard) Alternative form of -'s
Suffix
  1. Hypocoristic suffix
    Babs; moms; pops; homes; toots



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