Definition of 'prefect'
Example sentences containing 'prefect'
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A prefect or a mistress will be with you in here at all times. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL (2001)You will have Kaffee und Kuchen in here with a prefect in charge. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL (2001)Audrey called goodnight after the prefect and then turned to her latest charge. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL (2001)
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Translations for 'prefect'
British English: prefect /ˈpriːfɛkt/ NOUN
In some schools, especially in Britain, a prefect is an older pupil who does special duties and helps the teachers to control the younger pupils.
- American English: prefect
- Arabic: تِلْمِيذٌ مُفَوّض
- Brazilian Portuguese: monitor de escola
- Chinese: 级长
- Croatian: stariji učenik koji pazi na red i disciplinu
- Czech: prefekt
- Danish: præfekt
- Dutch: prefect
- European Spanish: monitor alumno
- Finnish: valvojaoppilas
- French: délégué classe
- German: Präfekt
- Greek: επιμελητής
- Italian: prefetto
- Japanese: 監督生
- Korean: 반장
- Norwegian: ordensmann
- Polish: prefekt
- European Portuguese: monitor de escola
- Romanian: supraveghetor
- Russian: старший ученик
- Spanish: monitor persona que amonesta o avisa
- Swedish: ordningsman
- Thai: นักเรียนที่ดูแลควบคุมนักเรียนที่เด็กกว่า
- Turkish: başkan okul
- Ukrainian: староста
- Vietnamese: cựu học sinh trợ giúp giáo viên các công việc quản lý
Definition of prefect from the Collins English Dictionary
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