Definition of senor
: a Spanish or Spanish-speaking man —used as a title equivalent to Mr.
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Bryant allowed just three hits and one unearned run through 4.1 innings of work before giving way to senor lefty Quinton Martinez in the sixth.
The theme park’s newest ride reopened after an inspection by engineers, just hours after safety senors stopped it early Saturday because of headwinds ahead of a thunderstorm in the city.
And $160 million will go for new technology — things such as senors and cameras — along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to the Senate Republican Policy Committee summary of the legislation.
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Origin and Etymology of senor
Spanish señor, from Medieval Latin senior superior, lord, from Latin, adjective, elder
First Known Use: 1622See Words from the same year
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