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Russian translation of “senior”

senior

noun
 
 
/ˈsiːniər/
be 20/30, etc years sb's senior to be 20/30, etc years older than someone
быть на 20/30 и т. д. лет старше кого-либо
She married a man 20 years her senior.Describing age and birthdays
[C] US a student who is in the last year of high school or college
ученик выпускного класса, студент последнего курса
Students and pupils
(Definition of senior noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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