- 年长的 older
- 资深的; 地位高的 having been in a job, etc. longer; of high or higher rank
- 〈美〉最高年级的 of the last year in a high school or university course
- [C] 较年长者 senior person
- [C] 高年级学生 member of a senior school
- [C] 〈美〉毕业班学生 student in the year before graduation from a high school or college
- [C] 上级,上司,前辈 higher-ranking person
- an undergraduate student during the year preceding graduation
- a person who is older than you are
- older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service;
- used of the fourth and final year in United States high school or college;
"the senior prom"
- advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables);
"aged members of the society"
"elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper"
- He is senior to me, though he is younger.
- She was unfit for such a senior position.
- Lying north of the church is a girls' senior high school.
- Although he is senior to his wife, he is inferior to her in salary.
- A senior member of the committee is authorized to act for the chairman during his absence.
- The three vice-ministers are my seniors.
- He is my senior by two years.
- This is a senior of the profession.
- The seniors defeated the juniors by 3-1.
She is a senior patient.
He is a senior member of the committee.
He's the company's senior employee.
They are senior students.
He is senior to me.
Smith is senior to me by three years.
He is too senior to try for cabinet office.
He's my senior by three years.
The three vice-ministers are my seniors.
He was my senior at school.
The seniors are planning to have a gathering.
- the senior of profession 同行中的前辈
The senior four children re-appeared in the drawing-room.出自：T. Hook
'That is a puzzler, Mohun senior,' said Reginald.出自：C. M. Yonge
A gifted man, Mr Bloom said of Mr Dedalus senior.出自：Joyce
- My brother is senior to me by two years.
- My brother is my senior by two years.
- My brother is two years senior to me.
- ☆ 13世纪晚期英进入语，直接源自古典拉丁语的senior，意为年长的。
- senior:senior adj. 年长的, 资格较老的, 地位较高的, 高级的…