Used as a form of address for such a person.(noun)
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Use "sensei" in a sentence
"When addressing a teacher in the West, a student might say, “Excuse me, Mr. Smith,” but in Japan, the term sensei without a name is sufficient."
"We use Japanese in our class, but I guess our sensei is a traditionalist."
"It might take a decade to happen, but we all know it will, because our sensei is just that good."