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Significado de “senior” - Diccionario Inglés

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senioradjective

uk   /ˈsiː.ni.ər/  us   /ˈsiː.njɚ/
  • senior adjective (HIGH RANK)

B2 high or ​higher in ​rank: senior ​management a senior ​governmentminister She's senior to me, so I have to do what she ​tells me.
older and more ​experienced than the other ​members of a ​team: The Dragons ​headcoachpraised his senior ​players in the 23-16 ​win.

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  • senior adjective (OLDER)

B2 [before noun] older: The more senior ​students are given some ​extraresponsibilities.
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(UK written abbreviation Snr, US written abbreviation Sr.) used after a man's ​name to refer to the ​older of two ​people in the same ​family who have the same ​name: Hello, may I ​speak to Ken Griffey senior, ​please?

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seniornoun

uk   /ˈsiː.ni.ər/  us   /ˈsiː.njɚ/
  • senior noun (OLDER)

20, 30, etc. years sb's senior
20, 30, etc. ​yearsolder than someone: She ​married a man 20 ​years her senior. She's my senior by three ​years (= she is three ​yearsolder than me).
[C] US (UK senior citizen) an ​oldperson: Seniors are ​entitled to a ​reduction of around 10%.
[C] US a ​student in ​theirfinalyear of high ​school or ​university
(Definition of senior from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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senioradjective

 us   /ˈsin·jər/
  • senior adjective (MORE ADVANCED)

more ​advanced, or ​higher in ​rank: Senior ​officialsdenied that a ​problemexists.
  • senior adjective (OLDER)

older: The senior Griffey ​played on the same ​baseballteam as his ​son, Ken Griffey, Jr.
  • senior adjective (OF SCHOOL)

[not gradable] relating to the fourth and ​finalyear of ​college or high ​school: Alanna’s in her senior ​year of high ​school.

seniornoun

 us   /ˈsin·jər/
  • senior noun (SCHOOL)

[C] a ​student in the fourth and ​finalyear of a ​program of ​study in a ​college, ​university, or high ​school (= a ​school for ​students 15 to 18 ​yearsold)
  • senior noun (OLDER PERSON)

[U] a ​person who is ​older than another ​person: She ​married a man ​almost 40 ​years her senior (= ​almost 40 ​yearsolder).
(Definition of senior from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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Senioradjective

uk   /ˈsiːniər/  us   /ˈsiːnjər/ ( UK abbreviation Snr, US abbreviation Sr.)
used after a man's ​name to refer to the older of two ​people in the same family who have the same ​name: John Brown Sr.

senioradjective

uk   us   /ˈsiːniər/
used to describe someone in a high ​rank, or in a ​higherrank in relation to others, in an ​organization: a senior ​manager senior ​governmentministers a senior ​partnersenior to sb He's senior to the other ​members of ​staff.
[before noun] used to describe ​loans, ​bonds, etc. that will be ​paid back before other ​loans, etc. if the ​personborrowing the ​money gets into ​financial difficulty: There are $21.25 million senior ​bonds and $1.5 million ​subordinatebonds.

seniornoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈsiːniər/
someone in a high ​rank, or in a ​higherrank in relation to others, in an ​organization: You'll need to impress your seniors if you wish to be ​offered a ​permanentposition.
→  senior citizen : Admission: $6 adults; $4 seniors, ​students and children.
(Definition of Senior from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “senior”
en coreano 고위의, 나이가 많은, 졸업반의…
en árabe أعْلى رْتَبة, أكْبَر سِنًّا, طالِب في السنة الأخيرة في المَدرسة الثانَوِيّة…
in Malaysian senior, pelajar tahun akhir…
en francés aîné, supérieur, élève de terminale…
en ruso старший, вышестоящий…
en chino (tradicionál) 年長的, (置於姓名後,表示同一家人中同名的兩人中的年長者)老,大…
en italiano superiore, che ha più anzianità, di alto livello dirigenziale…
en turco üst, kıdemli, yaşça büyük…
en polaco wysoki lub wyższy rangą, wyższego szczebla, starszy…
en español mayor, estudiante del último curso…
in Vietnamese người lớn tuổi hơn, người chức cao hơn, học sinh năm cuối trường trung học hoặc cao đẳng…
en portugués sênior, decano, superior hierárquico…
in Thai แก่ปีกว่าหรือยศสูงกว่า, นักศึกษาปีสุดท้ายในโรงเรียนหรือมหาวิทยาลัย…
en alemán der Senior, der Ältere, der Oberstufler…
en catalán de rang superior, gran, de la tercera edat…
en japonés (役職が)上位の, 上級の, 年上の…
en chino (simplificado) 年长的, (置于姓名后,表示同一家人中同名的两人中的年长者)老,大…
in Indonesian keadaan lebih tua, terakhir…
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