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schoolmaster
American English: /ˈskulˌmæstər/
British English: /ˈskuːlmɑːstə/

Translation of schoolmaster in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English) [formal] (in primary school)
    (in secondary school)
    Example sentences
    • Less surprising is the large number of schoolmasters, top public school headmasters, college fellows and masters, and university professors.
    • He is a sadistic schoolmaster and incompetent teacher.
    • In 1790s Gotham, most children were educated within an informal system of ‘pay schools’ presided over by independent schoolmasters and schoolmistresses.

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