English → English - proctor

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n. supervisor, overseer; one who monitors students during an examination

English → Spanish - proctor

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s. procurador, bedel, juez escolástico

English → French - proctor

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n. fondé de pouvoir; surveillant

English → German - proctor

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n. Aufsichtsführender

English → Indonesian - proctor

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n. pengawas mahasiswa

English → Italian - proctor

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s. (Univ) censore, prefetto; (Dir, Rel) procuratore

English → Polish - proctor

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n. cenzor {uniw.}

English → Portuguese - proctor

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s. fiscal; guarda, controlador

English → Russian - proctor

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с. проктор, надзиратель, поверенный

English → Turkish - proctor

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f. disiplini sağlamak
i. disiplin görevlisi [üniv.], dava vekili

English → Ukrainian - proctor

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n. проктор, наглядач

English → Dutch - proctor

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zn. procureur bij kerkelijke rechtbank

English → Greek - proctor

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ουσ. επόπτης, κοσμήτορας, κοσμήτωρ

English → Arabic - proctor

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‏المسئول عن النظام، الشخص المسئول عن النظام، مراقب الإمتحانات، وكيل رهبانية‏
‏راقب‏

English → Chinese - proctor

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(名) 代理人, 代诉人, 代书

English → Chinese - proctor

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(名) 代理人, 代訴人, 代書

English → Hindi - proctor

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n. अनुशासन-अधिकारी, विश्वविद्यालय का कार्याध्यक्ष, अदालत की कचहरी में प्रबंध करनेवाला

English → Japanese - proctor

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(名) 試験監督官; 学生監

English → Korean - proctor

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명. 대리인

English → Vietnamese - proctor

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n. giám thị trường trung học, người đại lý

Definition of proctor

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Noun
1. A person who supervises students as they take an examination, in the United States at the college/university level; often the department secretary, or a fellow/graduate student.
2. An official at any of several older universities
3. A legal practitioner in ecclesiastical and some other courts
4. One appointed to collect alms for those who could not go out to beg for themselves, such as lepers and the bedridden.
Verb
5. To function as a proctor.
6. To manage as an attorney or agent.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: proctoring
Present: proctor (3.person: proctors)
Past: proctored
Future: will proctor
Present conditional: would proctor
Present Perfect: have proctored (3.person: has proctored)
Past Perfect: had proctored
Future Perfect: will have proctored
Past conditional: would have proctored
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