ALL meanings of absentee

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  • countable noun absentee An absentee is a person who is expected to be in a particular place but who is not there. 3
  • adjective absentee Absentee is used to describe someone who is not there to do a particular job in person. 3
  • adjective absentee In elections in the United States, if you vote by absentee ballot or if you are an absentee voter, you vote in advance because you will be away. 3
  • noun absentee a person who is absent 3
  • noun absentee (as modifier) 3
  • noun absentee a person who is absent, as from work, school, etc. 3
  • adjective absentee designating or of a landlord or owner whose personal residence is distant from any other property owned, esp. from such property rented to another 3
  • noun absentee person who is not present 1
  • noun absentee not present 1
  • noun absentee A person who is expected or required to be present at a place or event but is not. 1
  • noun absentee a person who is absent, especially from work or school. 1
  • noun absentee a person who absents himself or herself, as a landowner who does not live on certain property owned or a voter who is permitted to cast a ballot by mail. 1
  • noun absentee A person who is absent from his or her employment, school, post, duty, etc. 0
  • noun absentee (chiefly Britain, historical) A landholder who lives in another district or country than the one in which his estate is situated. 0
  • noun absentee One that is nonexistent or lacking. 0
  • noun absentee A voter that is not present at the time of voting; absentee voter. 0
  • adjective absentee (attributive) Pertaining to one that is absent. 0
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