Definition of assessor noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

     

    assessor

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    NAmE//əˈsɛsər//
     
     
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  1. 1an expert in a particular subject who is asked by a court or other official group to give advice The government appointed independent assessors to review the viability of the remaining coal mines.
  2. 2a person who calculates the value or cost of something or the amount of money to be paid an insurance/a tax assessor
  3. 3 a person who judges how well someone has done in an exam, a competition, etc. Professors acted as external assessors of the exam results.
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