Translation of monitor in English:
nombre masculino, nombre femenino/masculine noun, feminine noun
- 1 (persona) 1.1 [Deporte/Sport] monitor de esquí ski instructor monitor de esgrima fencing coach o/or instructor monitor de tenis tennis coach es monitor en una piscina he's a swimming instructor es monitor en un campamento juvenil he's a monitor at a summer camp 1.2 [Educación/Education] (en la escuela) (Río de la Plata/River Plate area) monitor; (en la universidad) (Colombia) [ student who acts as an assistant teacher ]
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