In the United States, junior high is the school that young people attend between the ages of 11 or 12 and 14 or 15.
a young teenaged girl
the penultimate class in high school or college
a clerk of low rank
a doctor in postgraduate training
A lawyer is a person who is qualified to advise people about the law and represent them in court.
an educational and charitable women's organization that promotes voluntary work aimed at improving communities in Canada, the United States, Mexico, and the United Kingdom
a military rank for non-officer personnel in the navy
In England and Wales, a junior school is a school for children between the ages of about seven and eleven .
The staff of an organization are the people who work for it.
An office junior is a young person, especially one who has just left school, who is employed in an office to do simple tasks .
an educational establishment providing a two-year course that either terminates with an associate degree or is the equivalent of the freshman and sophomore years of a four-year undergraduate course
a body of barristers who are lower in rank than the King's Counsel or Queen's Counsel, and who plead outside the bar in the court
An employee is a person who is paid to work for an organization or for another person.
a minister of low rank in British politics, usually below cabinet rank
an officer who is not in overall command of a military unit
a partner in a law firm or financial organization who has less responsibility than a senior partner
a team that represents a school, college, etc. on a level just below the varsity team in games or contests
In England and Wales, a barrister is a lawyer who represents clients in the higher courts of law. Compare → solicitor .
a trainee position in a business or organization
a boxer with the maximum weight of 108 pounds (48.99 kg)
a professional boxer weighing 126–130 pounds (57–59 kg)
a rank in the RAF senior to aircraftman : comparable to that of private in the army
junior common room:
(in certain universities and colleges ) a common room for the use of students
a boxer between a bantamweight and a featherweight, with a maximum weight of 122 pounds (55.34 kg)
junior high school:
In the United States, a school that young people attend between the ages of 11 or 12 and 14 or 15
a professional boxer weighing 147–154 pounds (66.5–70 kg)
a driver's license issued to people under the age of 18
a professional boxer weighing 135–140 pounds (61–63.5 kg)
be someone's junior:
to be younger than someone
junior varsity sports:
sports played at the second highest rank for university sports, ranking first after varsity
junior sales associate:
A junior sales associate is an inexperienced member of the sales staff, usually receiving training or supervised by more experienced staff.
lieutenant junior grade:
an officer ranking above an ensign and below a lieutenant
junior common room