- of or for older or more experienced people；for or denoting schoolchildren above a certain age, typically 11
- a person who is a specified number of years older than someone else；an elderly person, especially an old-age pensioner
- 1. of or for older or more experienced people senior citizens 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ British for or denoting schoolchildren above a certain age, typically 11 the senior girls play badminton while the others play hockey
- ▪ US of or for the final year at a university or high school.
- ▪ relating to or denoting competitors of above a certain age or of the highest status in a particular sport McCluskey made an instant impact on his senior debut
- ▪ (in names) denoting the elder of two who have the same name in a family, especially a father as distinct from his son Henry James senior 同義詞
- 2. high or higher in rank or status he is a senior Finance Ministry official the people senior to me in my department 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. a person who is a specified number of years older than someone else she was only two years his senior
- ▪ an elderly person, especially an old-age pensioner the price is £7 for adults and £3.50 for seniors
- ▪ a student in one of the higher forms of a senior school among the pupils was a senior, a boy of about seventeen
- ▪ a competitor of above a certain age or of the highest status in a particular sport at fourteen you move up to the seniors
...ve been studying everyday since I became/was a senior high school student. 如果我自己，我習慣講簡單點的： I've been...
沒錯啊 be senior to 比...年長 be junior to 比...年輕 一般說來,比較級是用than,但以上用法屬特例,而且senior, junior本身就有比較級的意味存在,不能用 more senior or more junior e.g. She is 5 years senior to me...
...台灣的高一) sophemore 美國的高三(台灣的高二) junior 美國的高四(台灣的高三) senior 至於大學的部份,就如你所說的一樣 希望有幫助