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proctor

verb [I or T] uk   /ˈprɒk.tər/ us    /ˈprɑːk.t̬ɚ/ US ( UK invigilate)
to watch people taking an exam in order to check that they do not cheat: Miss Jekyll will be proctoring (your chemistry exam) today.
proctor
noun [C] uk   /ˈprɒk.tər/ us    /ˈprɑːk.t̬ɚ/ US ( UK invigilator)
a person whose job is to watch people taking an exam in order to check that they do not cheat: If you need more paper, please ask the proctor.
Translations of “proctor”
in Chinese (Traditional) 監考…
in Chinese (Simplified) 监考…
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