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rector (s) (noun), rectors (pl)
1. A priest in an Anglican church: The rector of the parish conducts religious services and also consults or gives advice to the individual members of his congregation.
2. A Roman Catholic priest appointed to be a manager as well as a spiritual head of a church or other institution; such as, a seminary or university: The rector, or religious official, conducts certain rituals and sacraments in his place of worship..
3. Those people who are in charge as the primary administrator of certain educational institutions, colleges, and universities: The chief manager of some European schools are known as rectors.
This entry is located in the following units: -or; -our (primarily British) (page 12) recti-, rect- (page 4) regi-, reg-, rec-, rex- (page 7)