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Meaning of “headteacher” - Learner’s Dictionary

headteacher

noun [C]     /ˌhedˈtiːtʃər/ UK ( US principal)
A2 the person in charge of a schoolOccupations and tradesTeachers
Translations of “headteacher”
in Korean 교장…
in Arabic ناظِر…
in Portuguese diretor, -ora…
in Catalan director, – a…
in Japanese 校長…
in Italian preside…
in Chinese (Traditional) 校長…
in Russian директор школы…
in Turkish başöğretmen, müdür…
in Chinese (Simplified) 校长…
in Polish dyrektor/ka (szkoły)…
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