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senior

adjective
 
 
/ˈsiːniər/
MORE IMPORTANT B2 having a more important job or position than someone else
wysoki lub wyższy rangą, wyższego szczebla
a senior executive We work in the same team but she's senior to me.Position and status in groups and organizations
OLDER older
starszy
senior studentsDescribing age and birthdays
NAME ( written abbreviation Sr) mainly US used at the end of a man's name to show that he is the older of two men in the same family who have the same name
senior
Hello, may I speak to Ken Griffey Senior, please?Names and titles
(Definition of senior adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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