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sous

adjective \ˈsü\

Definition of SOUS

:  being an assistant —used chiefly in titles <a sous-chef>

Origin of SOUS

French, preposition, literally, under, from Old French suz, from Latin subtus, adverb, below, under; akin to Latin sub under — more at up
First Known Use: 1687

Other Forms of Address Terms

appellation, beatitude, brethren, emeritus, esquire, sire

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