ETYM Either Old Fren. clerc, from Latin clericus a priest, or AS. clerc, cleric, clerk, priest, from Latin clericus, from Greek klerikos belonging to the clergy, from kleros lot, allotment, clergy; cf. Deut. xviii. 2. Related to Clergy.
An employee who performs clerical work (e.g., keeps records or accounts).
consultant / kənsəltənt /
An expert who is called in to advise a business or other organization about various aspects of its operations.
A computer professional who deals with client firms as an independent contractor rather than as an employee. Consultants are often engaged to analyze user needs and develop system specifications.
official in charge / əˈfɪʃl̩ ɪn ˈtʃɑːrdʒ /
referee / refəriː /
A quasi-judicial officer appointed by a court to take testimony or hear specified types of cases. These officials are sometimes called masters.
In science, one who reads and comments on a scientific paper before its publication, normally a scientist of at least equal standing to the author(s).
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