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sans

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English

Etymology

Middle English sans, borrowed from Old French sans, sens, from Latin sine conflated with absentia in the sense "without".

Pronunciation

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General American
IPA /sænz/
SAMPA /s{nz/

Adjective

sans

  1. lacking, without
  2. short for sans serif.

Preposition

sans

  1. without

French

Etymology

Old French sans, sens, from Latin sine conflated with absentia in the sense "without". Near Cognates include Spanish sin, Portuguese sem, Italian senza, Catalan sens / sense ...

Pronunciation

IPA: /sã(z)/
SAMPA /sa~(z)/

Preposition

sans

  1. without

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