Definition of 'schoolteacher'
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The former schoolteacher is determined not to get carried away by her newfound fame. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The former schoolteacher is already a national hero in his adopted homeland. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As patiently as a primary schoolteacher. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Look Busy is owned by a former schoolteacher turned lollipop man. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Can a former schoolteacher really take on the massive task of improving the Kent police force? The Sun (2014)WHY are people calling this schoolteacher court case an affair? The Sun (2009)Today I spoke to a young schoolteacher who had just made himself a year's supply. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I now work as a primary schoolteacher in London, and the course was invaluable in preparing me for this job. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'schoolteacher'
British English: schoolteacher /ˈskuːlˌtiːtʃə/ NOUN
A schoolteacher is a person who gives lessons in a school.
His mother was a schoolteacher.
- American English: schoolteacher
- Arabic: مُدَرِّس
- Brazilian Portuguese: professor
- Chinese: 中小学老师
- Croatian: učitelj
- Czech: učitel
- Danish: skolelærer
- Dutch: schoolmeester
- European Spanish: maestro
- Finnish: opettaja
- French: instituteur
- German: Lehrer
- Greek: δάσκαλος
- Italian: insegnante
- Japanese: 学校教師
- Korean: 교사
- Norwegian: lærer
- Polish: nauczyciel w szkole
- European Portuguese: professor
- Romanian: profesor
- Russian: школьный учитель
- Spanish: maestro
- Swedish: lärare
- Thai: ครูสอนนักเรียน
- Turkish: öğretmen
- Ukrainian: вчитель
- Vietnamese: giáo viên phổ thông
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