Translation of "junior" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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uk /ˈdʒuː.ni.ər/ us /ˈdʒuː.njɚ/

junior noun (LOW RANK)

[ C ] someone who has a job at a low level within an organization

an office junior 下級軍官

junior noun (STUDENT)

[ C ] UK a student at a junior school

the juniors UK

→  junior school

Lewis has just moved up to the juniors. 路易士剛上小學。

[ C ] US a student in the third year of a course that lasts for four years at a school or college


junior noun (YOUNGER)

[ C ] a young person below a particular age who is involved in an activity, especially sport

Saturday morning sessions are for juniors only. 週六早上的課節只為大學三年級學生而設。
three, eight, etc. years sb's junior

C2 three, eight, etc. years younger than someone

My brother is five years my junior. 我弟弟比我小五歲。
My sister is my junior by three years (= three years younger than me). 我妹妹比我小三歲。

junior noun (SON)

[ S ] mainly US used to refer to your son

Come on, Junior, time for bed. 來,兒子,該上床睡覺了。


uk /ˈdʒuː.ni.ər/ us /ˈdʒuː.njɚ/

junior adjective (LOW RANK)

B2 low or lower in rank

I object to being told what to do by someone junior to me. 我不願意讓資歷比我低的人告訴我該怎麼做。
a junior doctor/partner 資歷較淺的醫生/資淺合夥人

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junior adjective (YOUNGER)

B2 connected with or involving young people below a particular age

junior orchestra 初級組管弦樂團
Junior members are not permitted to compete. 不允許初級會員參加比賽。

UK written abbreviation Jnr, US written abbreviation Jr. used after a man's name to refer to the younger of two men in the same family who have the same name

Sammy Davis, Jr. 小薩米‧戴維斯

(Translation of “junior” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)