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Is there any way that I can use in adjective + noun for the following meaning? I want to talk about "the teacher that was a substitute" but this way seems to me long and, unnatural and wordy.

Can I say for example "substitutable teacher" and the the meaning will still remain?

Context: Jack, a substitutable teacher, went on the street and then he noticed to strong voice behind him..."

Another example: "I saw the substitutable teacher last week"

Is there any way that I can use in adjective + noun for the following meaning? I want to talk about "the teacher that was a substitute" but this way seems to me long and unnatural.

Can I say for example "substitutable teacher" and the the meaning will still remain?

Context: Jack, a substitutable teacher, went on the street and then he noticed to strong voice behind him..."

Another example: "I saw the substitutable teacher last week"

Is there any way that I can use in adjective + noun for the following meaning? I want to talk about "the teacher that was a substitute" but this way seems to me long, unnatural and wordy.

Can I say for example "substitutable teacher" and the the meaning will still remain?

Context: Jack, a substitutable teacher, went on the street and then he noticed to strong voice behind him..."

Another example: "I saw the substitutable teacher last week"

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Is there anywayany way that I can use in adjective + noun for the following meaning? I want to talk about "the teacher that was a substitute" but this way seems to me long and unnatural.

Can I say for example "substitutable teacher" and the the meaning will still remain?

Context: Jack, a substitutable teacher, went on the street and then he noticed to strong voice behind him..."

Another example: "I saw the substitutable teacher last week"

Is there anyway that I can use in adjective + noun for the following meaning? I want to talk about "the teacher that was a substitute" but this way seems to me long and unnatural.

Can I say for example "substitutable teacher" and the the meaning will still remain?

Context: Jack, a substitutable teacher, went on the street and then he noticed to strong voice behind him..."

Another example: "I saw the substitutable teacher last week"

Is there any way that I can use in adjective + noun for the following meaning? I want to talk about "the teacher that was a substitute" but this way seems to me long and unnatural.

Can I say for example "substitutable teacher" and the the meaning will still remain?

Context: Jack, a substitutable teacher, went on the street and then he noticed to strong voice behind him..."

Another example: "I saw the substitutable teacher last week"

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the teacher that was substitute

Is there anyway that I can use in adjective + noun for the following meaning? I want to talk about "the teacher that was a substitute" but this way seems to me long and unnatural.

Can I say for example "substitutable teacher" and the the meaning will still remain?

Context: Jack, a substitutable teacher, went on the street and then he noticed to strong voice behind him..."

Another example: "I saw the substitutable teacher last week"