assessor Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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assessornoun [C]

uk   /əˈses.ər/  us   //
someone whose ​job is to ​judge or ​decide the ​amount, ​value, ​quality, or ​importance of something: The assessor ​stated that the ​firedamage was not as ​severe as the hotel's ​owner had ​claimed.
(Definition of assessor from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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assessornoun [C]

uk   /əˈsesər/  us   //
someone, usually an ​expert, who makes a ​judgement or decision about a ​person or ​situation after considering all the ​information: In the role of assessor, the ​testerexamines each candidate's writing to ​determine its ​strengths and ​areas of ​weakness.
PROPERTY, TAX someone who ​calculates the ​value of a ​property, so that a decision can be made about the ​amount of ​tax that must be ​paid on it: The assessor's ​officesvary in how they ​determine a home's ​value.
INSURANCE a ​person or ​company that ​calculates the ​cost of ​loss or ​damage for your ​insurance: An assessor ​sent on behalf of the ​insurancecompanyexamined the ​damage on December 15.
LAW an ​expert in a ​subject who ​advises a ​court or other ​officialorganization: The scientific assessor was ​asked to ​testify in ​court.
(Definition of assessor from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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