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bursar
American English: /ˈbərsər/
British English: /ˈbəːsə/

Translation of bursar in Spanish:

noun

  • administrador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Conspiracy theories have been fuelled by evidence that the committee of college bursars has commissioned a report into rent levels but has refused to make its findings public.
    • Under this practice, the college bursar was compelled to hand out as much money as students might request at the beginning of the semester.
    • Earlier, colleagues at the university paid tribute to Mr Nicholson who worked as a bursar for three colleges over 24 years.

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