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adjective (OLDER)
年长的
 
 
/ˈsiː.ni.ər/ US  /-njɚ/
[before noun] older
年长的
Senior pupils are expected to set an example to the younger children.
高年级的学生应该给低年级的学生树立榜样。
→  Compare junior noun Describing age and birthdays
( UK and Australian 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
(置于姓名后,表示同一家人中同名的两人中的年长者)老,大
Hello, may I speak to Ken Griffey senior, please?
喂,请问老肯‧格里菲在吗?
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