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Polish translation of “headmistress”

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headmistress

noun [C]
 
/ˌhedˈmɪstrəs/ UK ( US principal)
a woman who is in charge of a school
dyrektorka (szkoły)
Occupations and tradesTeachers
Translations of “headmistress”
in Korean 여자 교장…
in Arabic ناظِرة…
in Portuguese diretora…
in Catalan directora…
in Japanese (女性の)校長…
in Italian preside (f)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女校長…
in Russian директор школы (о женщине)…
in Turkish okul müdiresi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女校长…
(Definition of headmistress from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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