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junior, Jr.
1. Used to distinguish a son from his father when they have the same given (first) name.
2. Intended for or including youthful people; such as, a junior sports league.
3. Lower in rank or shorter in length of tenure: a junior officer; the junior senator.
4. Constituting students in the third year of a U.S. high school or college/university: "The junior class will be the senior class next year."
5. Lesser in scale than the usual.
6. A person who is younger than another: "I have a sister who is four years my junior."
7. A person lesser in rank or time of participation or service; a subordinate: "His father is a junior partner in our company."
8. A class of clothing sizes for girls and slender women; also called, "junior miss".
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