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What kind of word is professor is it a common noun or collective noun?

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2013-07-18 22:45:55
2013-07-18 22:45:55

The word 'professor' is a singular, commonnoun, not a collective noun.

A collective noun is a word used to group people or things taken together as one whole. Some collective nouns for professors are:

a patience of professors

a pomposity of professors

a procrastination of professors

an arrogance of professors

an anthology of professors

an absence of professors

a profundity of professors

a passel of professors

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