- n.高年级学生( senior的名词复数 ); <美>毕业班学生; 较年长者; 老资格者;
He was described by his seniors as a model officer.
The seniors organizations sent out mailings to their constituencies.
We should not set light by the advice of our seniors.
They are all my seniors.
The graduating seniors always pull a lot of stunts at school.
On the night of the prom the seniors were on a cloud.
They advanced him over the heads of his seniors.
The seniors defeated the juniors by 3 - 1.
Now it was I who looked with a smile of confusion at my seniors.
You're seniors, so why are you ganging up on us?
Interviewer : Fine . Give us a packet of Seniors , will you. I'm dying for a smoke.
Who told you to giggle with your seniors in the barracks like that?
Even a smart guy like you knows how to be polite to your seniors.
One of the seniors took the sick pupil home.
And that could lead seniors to lose their doctors.
Her son Doug is one of several hundred thousand high-school seniors who had a painful fall.
Today nearly 70 percent of graduating seniors go off to college, including two-year and four-year institutions