Definition of 'junior'
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Further appointments at a more junior ministerial rank are to come. Computing (2010)There is no world championship for juniors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His plans to get more junior doctors working at weekends sparked the first full walkouts in history. The Sun (2016)My first job was as the office junior for a firm of accountants. The Sun (2017)Free upgrade to a superior junior suite room. The Sun (2017)First, get used to being the junior partner. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Instead we were judged on our four years' work at junior school and interviewed by the headmaster. The Sun (2016)Had a junior officer behaved this way to a senior one, he or she should have been dismissed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'm 19 and work as a junior in a large transport firm. The Sun (2016)I stayed in a very comfy junior suite with a big, modern four-poster bed. The Sun (2016)He was probably a junior in high school. Everyday Violence (1990)He was once a bankrupt junior public official. The Sun (2014)And why is it always the junior ranks who are charged? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Prices are per person for two people sharing a junior suite. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They also extend to quite junior employees. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Many junior partners could not meet those criteria. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Your junior at work is on holiday. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He and the two junior ministers who were warned of the overseas criminals fiasco three months ago should resign. The Sun (2007)One detainee died of hypothermia after being shackled to a concrete floor by an incompetent and unsupervised junior officer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There will be pressure on junior family barristers to take on more complex work than they are ready for. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Who is that new office junior? Times, Sunday Times (2010)His spokesman said last night he had no firm plans to join the junior doctors but would be happy to listen to them. The Sun (2016)He used to be the British junior squash champion. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I left after my junior year. Christianity Today (2000)MY son is a junior doctor. The Sun (2016)In a country crazy about ice hockey, the locals are more interested in the junior hockey world championship than any other sport. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Son Junior and daughter Princess also came along for the ride. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'junior'
British English: junior /ˈdʒuːnjə/ ADJECTIVE
A junior official or employee holds a low-ranking position in an organization or profession.
Junior and middle-ranking civil servants have pledged to join the indefinite strike.
- American English: junior
- Arabic: أَصْغَرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: júnior
- Chinese: 级别低的
- Croatian: mlađi
- Czech: mladší
- Danish: yngre
- Dutch: junior
- European Spanish: más joven
- Finnish: nuorempi
- French: junior
- German: jünger
- Greek: νεότερος
- Italian: più giovane
- Japanese: 下級の
- Korean: 손아래의
- Norwegian: yngre
- Polish: młodszy
- European Portuguese: júnior
- Romanian: junior
- Russian: младший
- Spanish: menor con menos edad
- Swedish: junior
- Thai: ที่อายุน้อยกว่า
- Turkish: yaşça küçük
- Ukrainian: молодший
- Vietnamese: cấp thấp
Definition of junior from the Collins English Dictionary
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