- socioeconomic status.
- the syllable used for the seventh tone of a scale and sometimes for the tone B.
Origin of si
Examples from the Web for ses
Contemporary Examples of ses
The GSA spent some $1.1 million in bonuses in 2011, and each SES member received an average of 1.6 bonuses for the year.
According to the report, some $340 million in bonuses were paid out to SES members from 2008 to 2011.
In 2011, more than 6,300 cash bonuses were paid to SES members, for a total of $78 million.
The Department of the Navy paid $13,000 per SES member in 2011, according to the report.
Historical Examples of ses
Ses she, "Peter, cum in and see what purty chillun you've got."
I'd wash ag'in the queen 'erself, tho' I ses it as shouldn't.The Opal Serpent
I ses, very slow; 'Cap'n Tarbell 'as gone off for the evening.'
I make it more than that, old pal,' he ses, when he 'ad finished.
"I'm just keeping my eye on 'em, cap'n," he ses to Sam, in a low voice.Sailor's Knots (Entire Collection)
- music a variant of te
- a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for the Xi
- Système International (d'Unités)See SI unit
- NZ South Island
Word Origin and History for ses
"yes" in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese; from Latin sic "so" (see sic).
- The symbol for the elementsilicon
- Système International (d'Unités) (International System of Units)
- The symbol for silicon.