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  1. (UK) Abbreviation of senior; a title used after a father's name when his son is given the same name.
    • 2006, Barack Obama: New kid on the political block[1], BBC:
      His father, Barack Obama Snr, was a visiting foreign student at university in Hawaii where he met and married Ann Dunham, the corn-fed product of Kansas parents, who was also studying at the college.
    • 2010, “Mayweather Snr feels Hatton will fight again”, in ESPN:
      Ricky Hatton's ex-coach Floyd Mayweather Snr believes it is inevitable the former world champion will be forced into making a ring comeback.

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