librarian


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li·brar·i·an

 (lī-brâr′ē-ən)
n.
1. A person who is a specialist in library work.
2. A person who is responsible for a collection of specialized or technical information or materials, such as musical scores or computer documentation.

li·brar′i·an·ship′ n.

librarian

(laɪˈbrɛərɪən)
n
(Library Science & Bibliography) a person in charge of or assisting in a library

li•brar•i•an

(laɪˈbrɛər i ən)

n.
1. a person engaged in library work who has professional training in library science.
2. any person in charge of a library.
3. a person in charge of any specialized body of information, as a collection of musical scores.
[1660–70]
li•brar′i•an•ship`, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.librarian - a professional person trained in library science and engaged in library serviceslibrarian - a professional person trained in library science and engaged in library services
cataloger, cataloguer - a librarian who classifies publication according to a categorial system
professional, professional person - a person engaged in one of the learned professions
Translations
أَمِيـنٌ مَكْتَبَةٌأمين مَكْتَبَه
knihovník-iceknihovnice
bibliotekar
kirjastonhoitaja
knjižničarknjižničarka
könyvtáros
bókasafnsvörîur
図書館員
사서
knihovník
knjižničar
bibliotekarie
บรรณารักษ์
thủ thư

librarian

[laɪˈbrɛərɪən] Nbibliotecario/a m/f; (professionally qualified) → bibliotecólogo/a m/f

librarian

[laɪˈbrɛəriən] nbibliothécaire m/f
She's a librarian → Elle est bibliothécaire.

librarian

nBibliothekar(in) m(f)

librarian

[laɪˈbrɛərɪən] nbibliotecario/a

library

(ˈlaibrəri) plural ˈlibraries noun
(a building or room containing) a collection of books, tapes, videos etc. He works in the public library; She has a fine library of books about art.
liˈbrarian (-ˈbreə-) noun
a person who is employed in a library.

librarian

أَمِيـنٌ مَكْتَبَةٌ knihovník bibliotekar Bibliothekar βιβλιοθηκάριος bibliotecario kirjastonhoitaja bibliothécaire knjižničar bibliotecario 図書館員 사서 bibliothecaris bibliotekar bibliotekarz bibliotecário библиотекарь bibliotekarie บรรณารักษ์ kütüphaneci thủ thư 图书管理员

librarian

n. bibliotecario-a.
References in classic literature ?
The librarian "showed off" -- running hither and thither with his arms full of books and making a deal of the splutter and fuss that insect authority delights in.
We called him "Bob the Librarian," because he always imagined vain rats behind the bookshelves, and in hunting for them would drag out half the old newspaper-files.
Then, before I could collect my scattered senses, he added equally quietly, but with an air of regularizing things: "My friend here is Doctor Mull, the Duke's librarian.
Sladdery, the librarian, "or if you want to get this dwarf or giant into the houses of my high connexion, sir, or if you want to secure to this entertainment the patronage of my high connexion, sir, you must leave it, if you please, to me, for I have been accustomed to study the leaders of my high connexion, sir, and I may tell you without vanity that I can turn them round my finger"-- in which Mr.
I'll tell you," the librarian said with a brightening face.
Emily closed the volume which she had been consulting, and thankfully acknowledged the services of the librarian.
I filled an application blank and the librarian handed me the collected and entirely unexpurgated works of Smollett in one huge volume.
Du Bois, the present librarian of Ardis, is a lineal descendant of this revolutionary pair.
I was head librarian of the Doncaster Library for years.
Martin Luther translated twenty of these fables, and was urged by Melancthon to complete the whole; while Gottfried Arnold, the celebrated Lutheran theologian, and librarian to Frederick I, king of Prussia, mentions that the great Reformer valued the Fables of Aesop next after the Holy Scriptures.
She excited the suspicions of public librarians by asking for works on poisons.
People are not the better for the sun and moon, the horizon and the trees; as it is not observed that the keepers of Roman galleries or the valets of painters have any elevation of thought, or that librarians are wiser men than others.