Definition of "teacher-student" []

  • A person who is teaching in a school for a limited period under supervision as part of a course to qualify as a teacher (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "teacher-student" in a sentence
  • "Because of the meaning of a teacher-student relationship, that should never be relaxed; the role of teacher should always be salient (except when the teacher also happens to be the parent which is when things get very murky very fast)."
  • "In order to appreciate this dance-pro smackdown, you must go deep into the murky mindset that spawns "Dancing with the Stars" -- that weird backwater of the brain where "Edelweiss," the Black Eyed Peas, teacher-student seductions and clumsy jocks in dance shoes all collide."
  • "Also, the doctor-patient relationship is one where the doctor can only do so much (same with teacher-student, actually)."
  • "It is the teacher-student relationship that has the most impact."
  • "By January 1, 2012, every school district must develop a written policy concerning teacher-student communication and employee-student communications."