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British pronunciation/pɹəfˈɛs/
American pronunciation/pɹəˈfɛs/
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to teach a particular academic topic in a formal educational setting

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to declare or acknowledge one's adherence to a particular faith or belief system

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to openly declare a belief, opinion, or intention

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to falsely assert or pretend to have a quality, feeling, etc.

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to formally admit someone into a religious order or community

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to openly declare one's belief or opinion about something without reservations

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As a distinguished professor of literature, she professes Shakespearean studies.
Dr. Smith professes chemistry at the university.
Throughout her career, she has passionately professed environmental science.
During her speech, the advocate professed her strong support for political reforms.
Most members of the congregation professed a belief in God and adherence to the church's teachings.
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