noun as·ses·sor \ə-ˈse-sər\

: a person whose job is to officially say how much something (such as a property) is worth especially so that it can be taxed according to that value

law : a person who knows a lot about a particular subject and whose job is to give advice about that subject to a judge or other court official

: a person whose job is to officially say how well someone has done on a test, in a competition, etc.

Full Definition of ASSESSOR

:  an official who assists a judge or magistrate
:  one that assesses; especially :  an official who assesses property for taxation

First Known Use of ASSESSOR

14th century


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