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librarian
American English: /ˌlaɪˈbrɛriən/
British English: /lʌɪˈbrɛːrɪən/

Translation of librarian in Spanish:

noun

  • bibliotecario, (-ria) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • They also deleted it from the online edition of the journal and asked librarians to physically remove the pages the article was printed on.
    • The finals were held at the Johannesburg Public Library, attended by teachers and librarians.
    • Before he became a writer he studied at Uppsala University and worked as a librarian and journalist.

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