Meaning of juniority in English:


Pronunciation /dʒuːnɪˈɒrɪti/


See junior

‘The Court noted that the clause applied irrespective of the experience and juniority of the employee concerned.’
  • ‘However, during the colonial period economic changes gave youth new sources of power that they could use to bypass older systems of bridewealth that old men had used to keep them in a position of juniority.’