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pro·fes·sor

 (prə-fĕs′ər)
n.
1.
a. A college or university teacher who ranks above an associate professor.
b. A teacher or instructor.
2. One who professes.

[Middle English professour, from Old French professeur, from Latin professor, from professus, past participle of profitērī, to profess; see profess.]

pro′fes·so′ri·al (prō′fĭ-sôr′ē-əl, prŏf′ĭ-) adj.
pro′fes·so′ri·al·ly adv.
pro·fes′sor·ship′ n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.professorial - relating to or characteristic of professors; "professorial demeanor"
Translations
أُسْتاذي
profesorský
professzoritanári
prófessors-; háskólakennara-
profesorský
profesöre ait

professorial

[ˌprɒfəˈsɔːrɪəl] ADJ [post, career] → de catedrático; [tone, manner] → magistral

professorial

adj (of a professor)eines Professors; (= professorlike)wie ein Professor, professoral (pej)

professorial

[ˌprɒfəˈsɔːrɪəl] adjprofessorale

professor

(prəˈfesə) noun
(often abbreviated to Prof. when written).
1. a university teacher who is the head of a department. He is a professor of English at Leeds; Professor Jones.
2. (American) a university teacher.
ˌprofesˈsorial (profəˈsoː-) adjective
proˈfessorship noun
the post of a professor.
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Even for his classroom he had no platitudes, no stock of professorial anecdotes.
There were errors of orthography, there were foreign idioms, there were some faults of construction, there were verbs irregular transformed into verbs regular; it was mostly made up, as the above example shows, of short and somewhat rude sentences, and the style stood in great need of polish and sustained dignity; yet such as it was, I had hitherto seen nothing like it in the course of my professorial experience.
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