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    premier practitioner

    Dear teachers,

    what is the meaning of this expression?

    If someone says that a person was "the premier practitioner" of something, what does s/he wants to say?

    Kind regards

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    Re: premier practitioner

    A person who is the best in his/her profession (usually in a medical or surgical field).



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    Re: premier practitioner

    Quote Originally Posted by giuly90 View Post
    Dear teachers,

    what is the meaning of this expression?

    If someone says that a person was "the premier practitioner" of something, what does s/he wants to say?

    Kind regards
    Say, "...what does s/he want to say?"

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