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senior

noun
 
/ˈsiː·niər/
in the US, a student in his or her fourth year of high school or college
(高校または大学の)4年生
a group of graduating seniors
( also senior citizen /ˌsiː·niə ˈsɪt·ɪ·zən/) an older person, especially one who no longer works
高齢者
Entry is free for seniors.
(Definition of senior noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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