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/prəˈfesər/,
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professors, plural;
  1. A teacher of the highest rank in a college or university

  2. An associate professor or an assistant professor

  3. Any instructor, esp. in a specialized field

  4. A person who affirms a faith in or allegiance to something
    • - the professors of true religion

  1. someone who is a member of the faculty at a college or university
  2. A professor is a type of senior teacher; the precise meaning of the word varies by country. Literally, professor is Latin for a "person who professes to be an expert in some art or science, teacher of high rank" . ...
  3. Professor is a 1962 Hindi film, directed by Lekh Tandon.
  4. There are a variety of unique characters in the Ape Escape series. Where appropriate, English names are on the left and Japanese names are on the right. From Ape Escape 2 onwards, the UK versions of the games feature Japanese names. ...
  5. The fictional A.I. entity originally known as Ship has appeared in several incarnations in the Marvel Universe. At times controlled by both the X-Men and their enemies, the sentient Ship A.I. has been at the core of a Celestial starship, two space stations, and a techno-organic being.
  6. Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth, known simply as Professor Farnsworth, is a fictional character appearing in the animated television series Futurama, voiced by Billy West using a combination of Burgess Meredith and Frank Morgan.
  7. Spyro is a platform and action game series starring the video game character Spyro, which was originally published by Sony Computer Entertainment and developed by Insomniac Games for the PlayStation. ...
  8. (PROFESSORS) Strictly speaking, a professor is a tenured or tenure-probationary faculty member. Other faculty who teach are academic staff instructors. However, both are often just referred to as "instructors." At UWMC most of your instructors are professors. ...
  9. (Professors) Herbert Beery · Pomona Sprout · Neville Longbottom
  10. (Professors) those who go to college and never get out.
  11. A teacher at a college (often tenured). See Tenure.
  12. An individual primarily teaching or lecturing at a post-secondary accredited institution
  13. A university academic of the highest rank.
  14. the third of three ranks of faculty members; also, “full professor”
  15. A senior member of the academic teaching staff.
  16. You should refer to all of your university teachers as professors rather than lecturer or tutor. If they have obtained a PhD, you should call them Doctor followed by their surname
  17. n.  Someone who talks in somebody else's sleep.
  18. Most students come from high schools where their teachers were called . . . teachers. In college, most of your "teachers" are called professors. This indicates that you are 1) in a college environment, and, more often than not, 2) being taught by someone with a PhD. ...
  19. These terms are perhaps best rendered as full (ordentliche) and associate (außerordentliche) professors, and both are to be distinguished from the unsalaried lecturers (Privatdozenten). ...
  20. slang reference to a comrade possessed of "greater than normal" education or erudition, which is anomalous in the empirical environment of combat arms; term may be complimentary or derogatory, depending upon context and personalities. ...
  21. Someone who "professes" something he or she does not "possess." George Fox used this a great deal to describe people who claimed to be Christian, professed Christianity, but did not act like Christians.
  22. 1) The chairman of the bored; 2) Any person who professes values, either academically or actually; 3) Us.
  23. the term given to Victorian-era master puppeteers. The title is still used widely in Great Britain and America.
  24. An appointment requiring an earned doctoral or terminal degree or equivalent and demonstrated sustained quality teaching, wide recognition for scholarly activities, and substantial service to the university and appropriate outside communities.
  25. Those who teach adult students for a living.