Meaning of quaestorship in English:

quaestorship

Pronunciation /ˈkwiːstəʃɪp/

noun

See quaestor

‘Other magistracies, the aedileship and the tribunate of the plebs, might be held between quaestorship and praetorship, but were not obligatory.’
  • ‘As an individual aged he could expect to hold increasingly senior posts: the quaestorship at twenty-seven, praetorship in his late thirties and the consulship at forty-two.’