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as·ses·sor

 (ə-sĕs′ər)
n.
1. An official who evaluates property for taxation.
2. An assistant to a judge or magistrate, usually selected for special knowledge in a particular area.

as′ses·so′ri·al (ăs′ə-sôr′ē-əl) adj.

assessor

(əˈsɛsə)
n
1. (Education) a person who evaluates the merits, importance, etc, of something, esp (in Britain) work prepared as part of a course of study
2. (Professions) a person who evaluates the merits, importance, etc, of something, esp (in Britain) work prepared as part of a course of study
3. (Banking & Finance) a person who values property for taxation
4. (Professions) a person who values property for taxation
5. (Insurance) a person who estimates the value of damage to property for insurance purposes
6. (Professions) a person who estimates the value of damage to property for insurance purposes
7. (Law) a person with technical expertise called in to advise a court on specialist matters
8. (Professions) a person with technical expertise called in to advise a court on specialist matters
9. (Professions) a person who shares another's position or rank, esp in an advisory capacity
assessorial adj

as•ses•sor

(əˈsɛs ər)

n.
1. a person who makes assessments, esp. for tax purposes.
2. an adviser or assistant to a judge.
[1350–1400]
as•ses•so•ri•al (ˌæs əˈsɔr i əl, -ˈsoʊr-) adj.
as•ses′sor•ship`, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.assessor - an official who evaluates property for the purpose of taxing itassessor - an official who evaluates property for the purpose of taxing it
administrative official, bureaucrat - an official of a bureaucracy
lister - assessor who makes out the tax lists

assessor

noun examiner, tester, inspector, investigator, analyser, surveyor, appraiser, checker external assessors of exam results
Translations
مُقَدِّر أو مُخَمِّن الضَّريبَه
odhadce
ligningsmandsagkyndigvurderingsmand
kárbecslõülnök
matsmaîur
odhadca
vergi takdir ve tahakkuk memuru

assessor

[əˈsesəʳ] N
1. (Jur) → perito/a m/f asesor(a)
2. (Insurance) → perito/a m/f tasador(a)
3. (Educ) → examinador(a) m/f
4. (US) [of taxes etc] → tasador(a) m/f

assessor

[əˈsɛsər] n [insurance claims, tax] → expert m (en matière d'impôt et d'assurance)

assessor

nSchätzer(in) m(f), → Taxator m (form); (Insur) → (Schadens)gutachter(in) m(f); (Univ) → Prüfer(in) m(f)

assessor

[əˈsɛsəʳ] n
a. (Scol) consulente esterno incaricato della valutazione di un curriculum o della preparazione degli studenti
b. (of taxes) → perito dell'ufficio del catasto
c. (Law) → perito

assess

(əˈses) verb
1. to estimate or judge the quality or quantity of. Can you assess my chances of winning?
2. to estimate in order to calculate tax due on. My income has been assessed wrongly.
asˈsessment noun
asˈsessor noun
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