subpreceptor

preceptor

[pri-sep-ter, pree-sep-]
noun
1.
an instructor; teacher; tutor.
2.
the head of a school.
3.
the head of a preceptory.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Latin praeceptor. See precept, -tor

preceptorate [pri-sep-ter-it] , noun
preceptorial [pree-sep-tawr-ee-uhl, -tohr-] , preceptoral, adjective
preceptorially, adverb
preceptorship, noun
subpreceptor, noun
subpreceptoral, adjective
subpreceptorate, noun
subpreceptorial, adjective
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preceptor (prɪˈsɛptə)
 
n
1.  (US) a practising physician giving practical training to a medical student
2.  the head of a preceptory
3.  rare a tutor or instructor
 
pre'ceptorate
 
n
 
preceptorial
 
adj
 
pre'ceptoral
 
adj
 
pre'ceptorship
 
n
 
pre'ceptress
 
fem n

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preceptor pre·cep·tor (prĭ-sěp'tər, prē'sěp'tər)
n.
An expert or a specialist, such as a physician, who gives practical experience and training to a student, especially of medicine or nursing.

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