resident

[rez-i-duhnt]
noun
1.
a person who resides in a place.
2.
a physician who joins the medical staff of a hospital as a salaried employee for a specified period to gain advanced training usually in a particular field, being in full-time attendance at the hospital and often living on the premises.
3.
a diplomatic representative, inferior in rank to an ambassador, residing at a foreign court.
4.
(formerly) a representative of the British governor general at a native court in India.
5.
(formerly) the governor of a residency in the Dutch East Indies.
adjective
6.
residing; dwelling in a place.
7.
living or staying at a place in discharge of duty.
8.
(of qualities) existing; intrinsic.
9.
(of birds) not migratory.
10.
a.
encoded and permanently available to a computer user, as a font in a printer's ROM or software on a CD-ROM.
b.
(of a computer program) currently active or standing by in computer memory.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Latin resident- (stem of residēns), present participle of residēre to reside; see -ent

residentship, noun
pseudoresident, adjective
unresident, adjective

citizen, resident.
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resident (ˈrɛzɪdənt)
 
n
1.  a person who resides in a place
2.  social welfare Former name: inmate an occupant of a welfare agency home
3.  (esp formerly) a representative of the British government in a British protectorate
4.  (esp in the 17th century) a diplomatic representative ranking below an ambassador
5.  (in India, formerly) a representative of the British governor general at the court of a native prince
6.  a bird or other animal that does not migrate
7.  (US), (Canadian) Compare house physician a physician who lives in the hospital where he or she works while undergoing specialist training after completing his or her internship
8.  (Brit), (NZ) a junior doctor, esp a house officer, who lives in the hospital in which he or she works
 
adj
9.  living in a place; residing
10.  living or staying at a place in order to discharge a duty, etc
11.  (of qualities, characteristics, etc) existing or inherent (in)
12.  (of birds and other animals) not in the habit of migrating
 
'residentship
 
n

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resident res·i·dent (rěz'ĭ-dənt, -děnt')
n.
A physician during residency.

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Example sentences
The department has thirteen clinical faculty members, eight resident
  physicians, and nine medical physicists.
If a resident does not have a job, a caseworker tries to help him get one.
Birds in the southern portion of range are resident.
The fungi project their spores away from the resident dung because cows will
  not eat near feces.
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