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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: A teacher, mentor, or a master in a field.
From Japanese sensei (teacher, master), from sen (earlier) + sei (birth), meaning a teacher was born earlier and knows more and has more experience. Earliest documented use: 1874.
“Kim Severson has a terrific story in The Times about a mom at her daughter’s school who has become Kim’s school-lunch sensei.”
Sam Sifton; How To Win School Lunch; The New York Times; Sep 22, 2019.
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