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senior British & World English

Of a more advanced age

senior English Thesaurus

senior school pupils

senior New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(abbreviation Snr, Sr, Sen., or Senr)

Senior in senior British & World English

(In names) denoting the elder of two who have the same name in a family, especially a father as distinct from his son

senior moment British & World English

A temporary mental lapse (humorously attributed to the gradual loss of one’s mental faculties as one grows older)

senior citizen British & World English

An elderly person, especially an old-age pensioner

senior citizen English Thesaurus

a Christmas treat for the senior citizens of the village

senior aircraftman British & World English

A rank held by a man in the RAF, above leading aircraftman and below junior technician

senior registrar British & World English

A hospital doctor undergoing specialist training, one grade below that of consultant

senior aircraftwoman British & World English

A rank held by a woman in the RAF, above leading aircraft woman and below junior technician

senior common room British & World English

A room used for social purposes by fellows, lecturers, and other senior members of a college

senior high school British & World English

A secondary school typically comprising the three highest grades

senior combination room British & World English

A term used at Cambridge University for senior common room.

senior master sergeant British & World English

A rank of non-commissioned officer in the US air force, above master sergeant and below chief master sergeant

senior nursing officer British & World English

The person in charge of nursing services in a hospital

senior master sergeant New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(capital in titles; abbreviation SMSgt)

senior chief petty officer British & World English

A rank in the US navy, above chief petty officer and below master chief petty officer

senior aircraftmen in senior aircraftman British & World English

A rank held by a man in the RAF, above leading aircraftman and below junior technician

senior aircraftwomen in senior aircraftwoman British & World English

A rank held by a woman in the RAF, above leading aircraft woman and below junior technician

senior nursing officer in matron British & World English

The woman in charge of the nursing in a hospital (the official term is now senior nursing officer)


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