subprincipal

subprincipal

[suhb-prin-suh-puhl, suhb-prin-]
noun
1.
an assistant or deputy principal.
2.
Music. (in an organ) a subbass of the open diapason class.

Origin:
1590–1600; sub- + principal

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subprincipal (sʌbˈprɪnsɪpəl)
 
n
a vice-principal in a college, etc

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