senior

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'senior', 'Senior': /ˈsiːnjə/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈsinyɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(sēnyər)


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senior

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. a senior [person, citizen, individual, man, woman]
  2. a senior [employee, worker, director, manager, partner] (at)
  3. a senior [player, lecturer, researcher, doctor]
  4. a senior [politician, senator, member of parliament]
  5. the most senior member (of)
  6. a senior member of the [team, group, club]
  7. is my senior (commanding) officer
  8. senior ranking officers
  9. [is part of, has joined] senior management
  10. has been promoted to a senior [position, role] (at)
  11. is senior to her by five [years, months]
  12. is senior in rank
  13. is [in, starting] his senior year (at college)
  14. [discounts, benefits, aid, support, vouchers] for senior citizens
  15. senior (citizen) [discounts, rates, prices]
  16. potentially offensive: I'm (just) having a senior moment!
n
  1. is a [high-school, college] senior
  2. is a senior in [high school]
  3. is his senior in the [department, section]
  4. is her senior by [two years]
  5. is [two years] his senior
  6. seniors can travel free on [trains]
  7. [discounts, benefits, allowances] for seniors
  8. a senior at the local Girl Scouts
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