professor

listen to the pronunciation of professor
Englisch - Türkisch
profesör

Profesörün bize verdiği problemi çözmeye çalıştık fakat karışık görünüyordu. - We tried to figure out the problem our professor had given us, but it seemed confusing.

Çok sayıda öğrenci konuştuğu için, profesörün söyleyecek neyi olduğunu anlamak zordu. - With many students chatting, it was difficult to hear what the professor had to say.

(üniversitede) öğretmen
(birdemde) öğretmen
öğretmen

Öğretmen, Çekçe öğretiyor. - The professor teaches Czech.

Öğretmen derslerinde hep kot pantolon ve gömlek giyiyor. - The professor always teaches in jeans and a shirt.

sözlerle açıklayan veya iddia eden kimse
ordinaryüs profesör
professorshipordinaryüs profesörlük
profesörlük
{i} itirafçı
prof

Onu icat eden profesör, üniversiteden makul bir ücret hakkına sahip - The professor who invented it has the right to reasonable remuneration from the university.

Çok sayıda öğrenci konuştuğu için, profesörün söyleyecek neyi olduğunu anlamak zordu. - With many students chatting, it was difficult to hear what the professor had to say.

eğitimbilimci
müderris
associate professor
doçent

Dr. Hellebrandt bu mükemmel üniversitede yardımcı doçenttir. - Dr. Hellebrandt is an associate professor in that excellent university.

professor doctor
profesör doktor
professor in ordinary
ordinaryüs
professor of military science
(Askeri) askerlik baş öğretmeni
professor of military science
(Askeri) ASKERLİK BAŞÖĞRETMENİ: Resmi askeri konuların öğretilmesine nezaret maksadıyla, Milli Savunma Subay Aday Teşkilatına mensup birliklerin öğretimini tekeffül etmiş sivil öğretim müesseselerinde görevlendirilmek üzere, öğretim müessesesince temin edilip bu görevi Kara Kuvvetleri Komutanlığınca onaylanmış üst rütbeli askerlik öğretmeni
assistant professor
öğretim üyesi
assistant professor
(Eğitim) yardımcı doçent
assistant professor doctor
(Eğitim) yardımcı doçent doktor
associate professor
(Eğitim) doçent doktor
former professor
eski profesör
assistant professor
yardımcı profesör
assistant professor
asistan
professorial
profesöre/profesörlüğe ait
professorially
profesörce
professorship
profesör makamı
visiting professor
ziyaretçi profesör
emeritus professor
emeritus profesör
lucasian professor
Cambridge Üniversitesi'nde matematik profesörlüğü

The Lucasian Professor is the holder of a mathematics professorship at the University of Cambridge.

professorial
profesörlük
professorial
profesöre professoriallyprofesörce
professorial
profesörlüğe ait
professorial
(sıfat) profesörlük
professorially
profesörlüğe ait olarak
professorship
profesörlük
professorship
kürsü
Englisch - Englisch
A pianist in a saloon, brothel, etc

You could hear pianos under the hands of whorehouse professors sounding like they came with keys between the keys.

One who professes

This period in which Abraham the Jew lived was one in which Magic was almost universally believed in, and in which its Professors were held in honour;.

A teacher or faculty member at a college or university
A higher ranking for a teacher or faculty member at a college or university. Abbreviated Prof
a public teacher of the highest grade in a university or college
{n} a public teacher or lecturer, one who makes open declaration of faith
A person teaching classes at the university
someone who is a member of the faculty at a college or university
A person who talks in someone else's sleep
means someone primarily teaching, lecturing, observing, or consulting a post-secondary accredited educational institutions, museums, libraries, or similar types of institutions A professor may also conduct research, unless disallowed by the sponsor
Aselmad
One who professed, or publicly teaches, any science or branch of learning; especially, an officer in a university, college, or other seminary, whose business it is to read lectures, or instruct students, in a particular branch of learning; as a professor of theology, of botany, of mathematics, or of political economy
A professor in an American or Canadian university or college is a teacher of the highest rank. Robert Dunn is a professor of economics at George Washington University
Individuals with the rank of Professor shall possess all of the criteria and meet all of the standards for Associate Professor He/She shall have demonstrated an excellence in teaching, research, and/or other scholarly activity in the subject matter area The faculty member shall have established a commendable academic reputation through publications or other creative work Normally, the individual will have had at least five years of successful service as an Associate Professor Professors are senior members of the faculty (LSU System PM-23)
a person whose profession is to perform intellectually in whatever way deemed appropriate in a particular context; learning facilitator; writer for academic journals; classroom actor; ad hoc politician
Highest, tenured faculty position Also, a generic term loosely used by outsiders and students to describe a faculty member regardless of academic rank
gradually  Catholic
A professor in a British university is the most senior teacher in a department. Professor Cameron In 1979, only 2% of British professors were female
= Professor, Head Coach, Principal Vocational Instructor, Lecturer "D"
A guy who's paid to study the sleeping habits of students
A senior member of the academic teaching staff
One who professed, or makes open declaration of, his sentiments or opinions; especially, one who makes a public avowal of his belief in the Scriptures and his faith in Christ, and thus unites himself to the visible church
The highest professorial rank Permanent full-time faculty members holding this rank are members of the Regular Faculty and are tenured or are accruing time toward tenure Professors are Full Members of the Graduate Faculty (See definition of Assistant Professor for information concerning persons who have administrative positions but who also have faculty titles )
{i} university instructor; teacher of the highest rank
A teacher at a college
Professor Abraham Van Helsing
a vampire hunter who hunts down Dracula in the novel by Bram Stoker
Professor Henry Higgins
a character in the play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and in the film My Fair Lady, which is based on Shaw's play, who teaches a poor girl called Eliza Doolittle how to speak and behave like an upper-class lady
Professor Moriarty
an extremely intelligent criminal, who is the main enemy of Sherlock Holmes in the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Professor Unrat
{i} well known novel written by Heinrich Mann
professor emeritus
professor who has retired but who still holds his rank and title
absent-minded professor
A stereotypical fictional character whose focus on academic matters leads them to ignore or forget their surroundings

Even when the absent-minded professor comes in and says he wants a book he saw noticed a few weeks ago, he has forgotten the author's name and can't recall the title, but he is sure it is a good book because the Nation or the Saturday Review, he really can't remember which, said so, try to find out what he wants and get it for him.

absent-minded professor
A person who tends to be oblivious to reality
extraordinary professor
In Germany, professor without chair, often in a side-area, or being subordinated to a professor with chair
professorial
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a professor or professors, or a professorship or professorships

Adamant that women could not enter the professorial fraternity, Cornell did not appoint any women professors until 1911 and then only in home economics. Comstock regained her professorial title only in 1913, after working for many years as a lecturer (Conable 127, 130).

professorial
{a} pertaining to professor
professorship
{n} the office of a public teacher
full professor
A professor of the highest grade in a university
lucasian professor
The incumbent of the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics, the Lucasian Professor is the holder of a mathematical professorship at Cambridge University. The post was founded in 1663 by Henry Lucas, who was Cambridge University's Member of Parliament from 1639–1640, and was officially established by King Charles II on January 18, 1664. Lucas, in his will, bequeathed his library of 4,000 volumes to the University and left instruction for the purchase of land whose yielding should provide £100 a year for the founding of a professorship. One of the stipulations in Lucas' will was that the holder of the professorship should not be active in the church. Isaac Newton later appealed to King Charles II that this requirement excused him from taking holy orders, which was compulsory for most Fellows of the University at that time (some Fellowships were exempt). The King supported Newton, and excused all holders of the professorship, in perpetuity, from the requirement to take holy orders
a professor
prof
assistant professor
a teacher or lower rank than an associate professor
assistant professor
{i} member of a staff at a university whose classification is above instructor and below an associate professor
assistant professor
A college or university teacher who ranks above an instructor and below an associate professor. the lowest rank of professor at an American university
associate professor
a teacher lower in rank than a full professor but higher than an assistant professor
associate professor
Mid level, tenured faculty position May not be tenured at other universities but is tenured at UT Austin
associate professor
A college or university professor who ranks above an assistant professor and below a professor. a professor at an American university whose job is above the level of assistant professor and below the level of professor
associate professor
The individaul shall meet the standards which govern appointment and promotion to the rank of Assistant Professor In addition, he/she shall have established a consistently good reputation as a scholar and have demonstrated a high quality of productivity Normally, the individual will have served at least three years as an Assistant Professor Associate Professors are senior members of the faculty (LSU System PM-23)
associate professor
the intermediate rank of the three professorial ranks Permanent full-time faculty members holding this rank are members of the Regular Faculty and are tenured or are accruing time toward tenure Associate Professors are Full Members of the Graduate Faculty (See definition of Assistant Professor for information concerning persons who have administrative positions but who also have faculty titles )
associate professor
regular professor, common rank for university professors
emeritus professor
{i} honorably retired professor who retains his/her former job title
full professor
{i} professor or teacher of the highest rank at a college or university
full professor
a professor of the highest rank
professorial
relating to or characteristic of professors; "professorial demeanor"
professorial
{s} pertaining to a professor, pertaining to a senior university instructor
professorial
relating to or characteristic of professors; "professorial demeanor
professorial
If you describe someone as professorial, you mean that they look or behave like a professor. His manner is not so much regal as professorial I raised my voice to a professorial tone
professorial
of, relating to, or in the capacity of a professor
professorial
Professorial means relating to the work of a professor. the cuts which have led to 36 per cent of professorial posts remaining unfilled. relating to the job of a professor, or considered typical of a professor
professorial
Of or pertaining to a professor; as, the professional chair; professional interest
professorially
in a professorial manner; "she behaved very professorially
professorially
in a professorial manner
professors
plural of professor
professorship
{i} professorship, office of professor; rank of professor
professorship
A professorship is the post of professor in a university or college. He has accepted a research professorship at Cambridge University. the job or position of a university or college professor
professorship
The office or position of a professor, or public teacher
professorship
the position of professor; "he was awarded an endowed chair in economics"
professorship
the position of professor; "he was awarded an endowed chair in economics
professorship
The office of a professor
regius professor
holder of a British professorship created by a royal patron
tenured professor
professor having permanent status or position and not subject to dismissal with the exception of a serious illegal act, irremovable professor
visiting professor
A professor on leave who is invited to serve as a member of the faculty of another college or university for a limited period of time, often an academic year. a university teacher who has come from another university to teach for a period of time
visiting professor
a professor visiting another college or university to teach for a limited time
professor
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