Definition of さん

さん

san

Common word
suffix
1.
Mr., Mrs., Miss, Ms., -san(honorific language, familiar language)(after a person's name (or position, etc.))
See also:様 (さま)
2.
politeness marker(polite language)(usu. after a noun or sometimes na-adjective)
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 658 results)

Waiter, three coffees, please

、ミミ
げん
元気
Hi, Mimi! How are you doing

、中内
いっぱい
一杯
Let me fill up your glass, Mr Nakauchi

しゃちょ
社長
Yes, I spoke with the company president

Waitress, I'd like to order

ギルモア
ひじょう
非常に
ゆうめい
有名
しょうか
紹介
ひつよう
必要
Mr Gilmore is so well-known as to need no introduction

こうちゃ
紅茶
いっぱい
一杯
Waiter, please give me a cup of tea

タモリ
でん
電話
こしょう
故障
The telephone is out of order, Mr Tamori

神田
たいへん
大変
はや
速く
はし
走る
Miss Kanda runs very fast

すわ
座って
、カーティス
Sit down again, Miss Curtis

I want to speak to Mr Sato please

Mr Jones said something then

Mr Smith hasn't turned up yet though he promised to come

Can I have a doctor look at me

ジョーダン
こた
答えた
"No, I don't," said Mr Jordan

しんねん
新年
、ルイーズ
Happy New Year, Louise

ベイカー
わか
若い
おと
かくしん
確信
かのじょ
彼女
まえ
ぶん
自分
くる
ほんらい
本来の
しょ
場所
ちゅうし
駐車
わか
若い
おと
すこ
少し
くる
うご
動かす
たの
頼もう
おも
思った
Miss Baker knew that the young man would have to leave very soon, so she decided to ask him to move his car a bit, so that she could park hers in the proper place for the night before going to bed

佐藤
はな
May I speak to Mr. Sato

Please give my best regards to Tom

おそ
遅く
おんがく
音楽
きんじょ
近所
へい
平気
Is loud music OK with the neighbors at this hour
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