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[lahy-sen-shee-it, -eyt] /laɪˈsɛn ʃi ɪt, -ˌeɪt/

a person who has received a license, as from a university, to practice an art or profession.
the holder of a university degree intermediate between that of bachelor and that of doctor, now confined chiefly to certain continental European universities.
a person who has received a formal attestation of professional competence to practise a certain profession or teach a certain skill or subject
a degree between that of bachelor and doctor awarded now only by certain chiefly European universities
a person who holds this degree
(mainly Presbyterian Church) a person holding a licence to preach


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