sts.

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See also: Sts., sts, STS, STs, Sts, and stš

English[edit]

Adverb[edit]

sts. (not comparable)

  1. Abbreviation of sometimes.
    • 1940, Henry George Liddell & Robert Scott & Henry Stuart Jones, A Greek-English Lexicon. Seventh Edition. Revised and augmented throughout by Sir Henry Stuart Jones with the assistance of Roderick McKenzie (LSJ), Oxford, Clarendon Press, New York:
      V. General List of Abbreviations [...] sts. = sometimes
      σύ [...] The pl. is sts. used in addressing one person [...]
    • 2001, Matthew S. DeMoss, Pocket Dictionary for the Study of New Testament Greek, InterVarsity Press, p.131 & 137 (Abbreviations, Expressions & Sigla):
      The following list provides some of the more common abbreviations [...] sts. sometimes
    • 2003, LeaAnn A. Osburn, Horace Fully Parsed, page 127:
      To call upon, invoke a person or thing as witness: testatus sts. pass., as collat. testo, is sts. found.
    • 2004, Arthur Anthony Macdonell, A Practical Sanskrit Dictionary (First Indian Edition), Delhi, p.202:
      [...] the pl. is sts. used in token of greater respect [...]
    • 2014, B. H. McLean, Hellenistic and Biblical Greek, page 156:
      εἰ μή is sts. used with the sense of ἀλλά (cf. Gal 2:16).

Noun[edit]

sts.

  1. plural of st.

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