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How do you say "teacher" in Spanish?

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I want to know how to say "teacher" in spanish because i need it for a Spanish reportgrin

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updated SEP 30, 2009
posted by angelface117
Te - ah - chair - ian-hill, SEP 30, 2009

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Generally, all teachers, Master teachers, professors, conductors, are all known as maestros. wink, even the boring ones. If someone is watering a dead plant, you might say, Muchas gracias, Maestro. Le agredezco, maestro is also a good one (my wife loves it to death with I drop that one one her). Also reserved for someone who just goes on one paragraph too long! wink

updated SEP 30, 2009
edited by ChamacoMalo
posted by ChamacoMalo
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La profesora, el profesoro

updated SEP 30, 2009
posted by countryboi4ever
Profe - 0074b507, SEP 30, 2009
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teache

updated SEP 30, 2009
posted by tavarus
Good one! :-) - 0074b507, SEP 30, 2009
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maestra or maestro will also work.
In the future, please check the translate option located at the top of the screen. cheese

updated SEP 30, 2009
posted by quépasa
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Angel, we have a dictionary here just for these occasions.

updated SEP 30, 2009
posted by --Mariana--
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