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res

[ reez, reys ]
/ riz, reɪs /
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noun, plural res.Chiefly Law.
an object or thing; matter.
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Origin of res

First recorded in 1850–55, res is from the Latin word rēs

Other definitions for res (2 of 3)

RES

abbreviation Immunology.

Other definitions for res (3 of 3)

res.

abbreviation
research.
reserve.
residence.
resident; residents.
resigned.
resolution.
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British Dictionary definitions for res (1 of 2)

res
/ Latin (reɪs) /

noun plural res
a thing, matter, or object

British Dictionary definitions for res (2 of 2)

res.

abbreviation for
residence
resides
resigned
resolution
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