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Translation of "professor" - English-Spanish dictionary

professor

noun   /prəˈfes·ər/
B1 the highest rank of teacher in a British university, or a teacher in an American university or college catedrático, -a, profesor, -ora a professor of history at Oxford
a teacher in a university or college profesor, -ora a history professor at Yale
(Definition of professor from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

professor

noun /prəˈfesə/
(often abbreviated to Prof.when written)
a university teacher who is the head of a department catedrático He is a professor of English at Leeds Professor Jones.
(American) a university teacher. profesor universitario
professorial /profəˈsoː-/ adjective
profesoral
professorship noun
the post of a professor. cátedra
(Definition of professor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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