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teacher

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈtiːtʃər/
A1 someone whose job is to teach in a school, college, etc: a history/science teacher Occupations and tradesSchools in generalTeachers
Translations of “teacher”
in Korean 선생님…
in Arabic مُدَرِّس, مُعَلِّم…
in Portuguese professor, -ora…
in Catalan mestre, -a, professor…
in Japanese 先生, 教師…
in Italian insegnante, docente, maestro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 教員, 教師…
in Russian учитель, преподаватель…
in Turkish öğretmen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 教员, 教师…
in Polish nauczyciel/ka…
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