senior


senior
01. Kimberly's grandmother lives in a [seniors'] home because she needs proper medical care 24 hours a day.
02. Bob will almost certainly get the job because he has more [seniority] than anyone else who applied for it.
03. He works as a [senior] administrator in a financial institution in Mexico City.
04. One of the [senior] partners in the law firm has been charged with withholding evidence.
05. A [senior] official in the government has denied rumors that the President is ill.
06. Sue has more [seniority] than me at work even though I have been there longer because I worked part-time for a number of years.
07. The Russian President met with his [senior] advisers to discuss the issue.
08. I can't tell him what to do even though he is making lots of mistakes because he is [senior] to me on the job.
09. Our local grocery store has a special rate of 10% off everything for [seniors] on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
10. Thoreau once said, "I have lived some thirty-odd years on this planet, and I have yet to hear the first syllable of valuable or even earnest advice from my [seniors]."
11. In Sweden, it is improper for you to toast your host or anyone who is your [senior] in rank or age until after they toast you.
12. In China, guests are generally introduced to the most [senior] person first.
13. In Korea, when greeting someone, the [senior] person offers to shake hands first, but the junior person bows first.
14. The [senior] PGA tour is a golf tournament designed for golfers 50 years old and up.

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  • senior — [ senjɔr ] n. et adj. • 1884; mot angl., du lat. « plus âgé » → seigneur 1 ♦ Sportif plus âgé que les juniors et plus jeune que les vétérans. Catégorie senior. Joueurs seniors. 2 ♦ N. Personne âgée de plus de 50 ans; jeune retraité. « On essaie… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Senior — Senior …   Википедия

  • Senior — rsp. senior (lat. ‚älter‘) steht für: einen älteren Menschen, siehe Senioren den Älteren bei gleichnamigen Personen, siehe Namenszusatz #Senior den älteren Teilhaber einer Firma, siehe Seniorpartner einen Zusatz zu einer Stellenbezeichnung einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sénior — es una palabra de origen latino que significa mayor . El término opuesto es junior. El DRAE recoge las formas con tilde y sin tilde de ambas palabras (senior y sénior, júnior y junior).[1] Puede referirse a: Contenido 1 En la actualidad …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sénior — Senior La définition de senior est liée à l’âge, mais ou commence la limite varie de façon subjective. Le mot « senior » peut être synonyme de personne âgée ou être antérieur en tranche d’âge. Un senior peut commencer à 50, 60, 70 ans… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sénior — 1. Voz procedente del comparativo latino senior (‘más viejo’), cuyo uso actual en español se ha revitalizado por influjo del inglés. En español debe escribirse con tilde por ser palabra llana terminada en consonante distinta de n o s (→ tilde2, 1 …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • senior — [sēn′yər] adj. [ME < L senior, compar. of senex, old: see SENATE] 1. of the greater age; older: written Sr. after the name of a father whose son has been given exactly the same name: opposed to JUNIOR 2. of higher rank or standing, or longer… …   English World dictionary

  • Senior — Sm älterer Geschäftspartner, älterer Mensch erw. fremd. Erkennbar fremd (14. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus dem Komparativ l. senior älter zu l. senex alt .    Ebenso nndl. senior, ne. senior, nfrz. senior, nnorw. senior; Senat. ✎ DF 4 (1978),… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • sénior — (plural seniors o senior seniors o senior) adjetivo 1. [Persona] que es mayor que otra de la misma familia y tiene su mismo nombre: J. Gutiérrez sénior firmará ejemplares de su libro de poemas mañana por la mañana …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Senior — Sen ior, a. [L. senior, compar. of senex, gen. senis, old. See {Sir}.] 1. More advanced than another in age; prior in age; elder; hence, more advanced in dignity, rank, or office; superior; as, senior member; senior counsel. [1913 Webster] 2.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Senior — is Latin for elder. Senior can refer to: * A person of old age * A student in the last (usually fourth) year at a college or university * A student in the twelfth grade, in high school. Year 11 and 12 in Australia are called seniors * A suffix… …   Wikipedia