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licentiate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlicentiateli‧cen‧ti‧ate /laɪˈsenʃiət/ noun [countable] formal  LET/ALLOWsomeone who has been given official permission to practise a particular art or profession
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licentiateHe was a licentiate in law of Hanoi University working as a history teacher.A record number of licentiate applications have been assessed, reflecting the increased promotional activities carried out.
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