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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishEsq.Esq. 1 NAME OF A PERSON especially British English (esquire) a title that is sometimes written after a man’s name in the address on an official letter instead of using Mr before the name2 American English a title of respect that is sometimes put after a lawyer’s name Franklin Taylor Esq.From Longman Business DictionaryEsq.Esq. noun abbreviation for ESQUIRE, written after a man’s name, especially on the address of an official letter or after the name of a lawyer in the US
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