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Translation of "senior" - English-Spanish dictionary

senior

adjective   /ˈsiː·niər/
having a more important job or position than someone else de rango superior a senior executive →  Opposite junior adj
older mayor, de la tercera edad senior citizens
in the US, relating to a student’s fourth year of high school or college último my senior year
noun   /ˈsiː·niər/
in the US, a student in his or her fourth year of high school or college alumno, -a del último curso a group of graduating seniors
( also senior citizen /ˌsiː·niə ˈsɪt·ɪ·zən/) an older person, especially one who no longer works persona de la tercera edad Entry is free for seniors.
(Definition of senior from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

senior

noun /ˈsiːnjə/
(also adjective) (a person who is) older in years or higher in rank or authority mayor John is senior to me by two years He is two years my senior senior army officers.
(American) a student in his/her last year in college or high school. estudiante del último curso
seniority /-niˈo-/ noun
the state of being senior antigüedad The officers sat at the table in order of seniority.
senior citizen noun
a person who has passed retirement age. jubilado, persona de la tercera edad
older than but senior to.
(Definition of senior from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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