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coadjutant Syllabification: co·ad·ju·tant
Pronunciation: /ˌkōˈajəd(ə)nt/

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of coadjutant in English:

adjective

Helping another or others, or with another or others.
Example sentences
  • The coadjutant faculty is composed of experienced persons from state, county, and local government.
  • It has a great application as a coadjutant therapy for small, residual, or recurrent pituitary adenomata after the microsurgery.
  • These coadjutant positions also provide a way for students supported by fellowships or research assistantships to obtain teaching experience.

noun

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A person who thus helps.
Example sentences
  • For information on a professor, class schedules, specific course information and contact information click a professor's or coadjutant's name in the list below.
  • Due to the phenolic nature of their structure, lignosulphonates can be used as coadjutants in the manufacture of phenolic resins, offering advantages such as reduced cost.
  • Thanks to our team of coadjutants, we are also specialized in the creation of websites for any need, from the single page to the whole website.

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