Definition of assessor in English:

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1A person who evaluates the quality of a person or thing: the assessor interviews the candidates and observes them actually using the language
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  • One of the first challenges facing any independent assessor will be to ass ess the amount of freight leaving the ferries.
  • In our initial hiring process, we developed an audition - yes, we called it an audition - in which assessors looked for a certain entrepreneurial mind-set.
  • The assessor assured me that in a real-life situation my low score in the deadline department would be explained to a potential employer in the context of other influencing factors.
1.1A person who calculates or estimates the price or value of something: loss assessors were beginning to get an idea of the extent of the damage the county tax assessor had reported separate valuations for the buildings and the land
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  • They will work on establishing terms of reference for the new expert cost assessors.
  • The village also elects a board of assessors to assess the lease rent.
  • The question of how an assessor might identify such a property value is a complex question.
1.2A person who is knowledgeable in a particular field and is called upon for advice, typically by a judge or committee of inquiry: the expert assessor recommended that the applicant have sole custody
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  • We are receiving the training necessary to become environmental assessors.
  • Sources confirmed that an international assessor would prove the best option to resolving the deadlock over tunnel height specifications.
  • On the question of the opening up of arms dumps to independent assessors, he said this did not constitute decommissioning.

Words that rhyme with assessor

addresser, aggressor, compressor, confessor, contessa, depressor, digresser, dresser, guesser, intercessor, lesser, Odessa, oppressor, possessor, professor, represser, successor, transgressor, Vanessa

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