prepositor

[ pree-poz-i-ter ]
/ priˈpɒz ɪ tər /

noun

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British Dictionary definitions for prepositor

prepositor

prepostor (priːˈpɒstə)

/ (priːˈpɒzɪtə) /

noun

British rare a prefect in any of certain public schools

Word Origin for prepositor

C16: from Latin praepositus placed before
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