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Translation of "junior" - English-Spanish dictionary

junior

adjective   /ˈdʒuː·ni·ər/
less important than other people doing the same job de menor antigüedad, subalterno a junior officer a junior minister →  Opposite senior adj
for or relating to young people juvenil a junior tennis tournament
relating to a student’s third year of high school or college (de) tercero my junior year
noun   /ˈdʒuː·ni·ər/
in the US, a student in his or her third year of high school or college estudiante de tercero Many team members are juniors who will play again next year.
(Definition of junior from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

junior

noun, adjective /ˈdʒuːnjə/
(a person who is) younger in years or lower in rank or authority menor; más pequeño He is two years my junior The school sent two juniors and one senior to take part junior pupils He is junior to me in the firm the junior school.
younger than but junior to.
(Definition of junior from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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