- in some schools, a senior student authorized to enforce discipline.；a chief officer, magistrate, or regional governor in certain countries
noun: prefect, plural noun: prefects
- 1. in some schools, a senior student authorized to enforce discipline.
- 2. a chief officer, magistrate, or regional governor in certain countries:
the prefect of police
- 3. a senior magistrate or governor in the ancient Roman world:
Avitus was prefect of Gaul from AD 439
- n.(in some schools) a senior pupil who is authorized to enforce discipline.
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