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bachelor

  

      n  
1   
a    an unmarried man  
b    (as modifier)  
a bachelor flat     
2   
a    a person who holds the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Science, etc  
b    the degree itself  
3      (Also called)    bachelor-at-arms   (in the Middle Ages) a young knight serving a great noble  
4    bachelor seal   a young male seal, esp. a fur seal, that has not yet mated  
     (C13: from Old French bacheler youth, squire, from Vulgar Latin baccalaris (unattested) farm worker, of Celtic origin; compare Irish Gaelic bachlach peasant)  
  bachelorhood      n  


bachelor girl  
      n   a young unmarried woman, esp. one who is self-supporting  
Bachelor of Arts  
      n  
1    a degree conferred on a person who has successfully completed his undergraduate studies, usually in a branch of the liberal arts or humanities  
2    a person who holds this degree  
Bachelor of Science  
      n  
1    a degree conferred on a person who has successfully completed his undergraduate studies in a branch of the sciences  
2    a person who holds this degree  
bachelor's-buttons  
      n   functioning as sing or pl   any of various plants of the daisy family with button-like flower heads, esp. a double-flowered buttercup  
knight bachelor  
      n   pl   , knights bachelors, knights bachelor  
1    a person who has been knighted but who does not belong to any of the orders of knights  
2       another name for a       bachelor       3  
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