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educator

Line breaks: edu|ca¦tor
Pronunciation: /ˈɛdʒʊkeɪtə
 
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Definition of educator in English:

noun

A person who provides instruction or education; a teacher: the perspective of a professional educator
More example sentences
  • It also helps each student develop a meaningful relationship with at least one educator in the middle school.
  • Martha became a trustee because she wanted the perspective of a professional educator on the board.
  • For the first half of the last century, John Dewey was dean of American educators.
Synonyms
supply teacher;
lecturer, professor, don, fellow, reader, academic;
guide, mentor, guru, counsellor;
Scottish dominie;
Indian pandit
North American informal schoolmarm
British informal beak
Australian/New Zealand informal chalkie, schoolie
archaic doctor, schoolman, usher
rare preceptor

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