Entry from British & World English dictionary
The person responsible for the administration of the domestic establishment of a college or university.
- He wrote to domestic bursars supplementing the warning.
- He thinks that there are grounds to suspect collaboration between domestic bursars.
- He said, ‘The vote of no confidence demonstrates that many people feel that the domestic bursar has let them down on a series of occasions.’
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