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tenure

US [ˈtenjə(r)]
UK [ˈtenjə(r)]
  • n.任期;(土地,资产等)保有权;终身教席
  • Web终身教职;终身职位;终身教授
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n.
1.
(尤指重要政治职务的)任期,任职the period of time when sb holds an important job, especially a political one; the act of holding an important job
his four-year tenure as President
他的四年总统任期
She knew that tenure of high political office was beyond her.
她知道自己与显赫的政治职位无缘。
2.
(尤指大学教师的)终身职位,长期聘用the right to stay permanently in your job, especially as a teacher at a university
It's still extremely difficult to get tenure.
要取得终身职位仍然极其困难。
3.
(房地产的)保有权,保有期the legal right to live in a house or use a piece of land

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