Examiners synonyms

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A device used for testing.
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(Law enforcement) A police officer ranking below superintendent.
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The definition of a teacher is someone who helps others learn new things.
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A person who writes critical reviews for a newspaper or other publication; a critic
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A person who asks questions, or who conducts an official enquiry
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A radio or radar transmitter whose signals actuate a transponder or a beacon
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An official whose work is examining, or making an inquisition
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To officially inspect books, films, letters, newspapers, and other media or methods of communication in order to suppress them or to delete any portions thereof deemed offensive or objectionable for moral, political, religious, or other reasons. A person who censors the media or other methods of communication.
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A person who audits a college course
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The definition of an analyst is a person who studies the elements of something, often breaking it down into smaller parts, to learn how the parts work together and what the nature is of the thing being studied.
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A specialist in psychoanalysis
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A supervisor especially of an examination or dormitory in a school.
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A person who is licensed to practice medicine and has trained at a school of medicine or a school of osteopathic medicine; a physician.
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The definition of an interlocutor is a person officially involved in a conversation, or a performer in a minstrel show who performs with the beginning and end performers.
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The definition of an accountant is someone who keeps or inspects money and investment records.
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The definition of an explorer is a person who travels and investigates little known places.
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The definition of an observer is a person watching something, or a member of an aircraft crew or the armed forces who watches and reports.
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Find another word for examiners. In this page you can discover 19 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for examiners, like: testers, inspectors, teachers, reviewers, questioners, interrogators, inquisitors, inquirers, censors, auditors and analysts.