Hindi translation of 'college'
college /ˈkɒlɪdʒ ˈकॉलिज्/
Word forms: colleges
1. variable noun
A college is an institution where students study after they have left school.
Joanna is doing business studies at a local college.
I'm going to college in September.
a college of something
a college of art/education/commerce
go to/attend/start/enter/finish college
a further education/community/sixth-form college
a college graduate/student/professor
SET PHRASEScollege and university
2. countable noun
A college in a university is one of the institutions which some British universities are divided into.
Balliol College, Oxford.
3. countable noun
A college of a particular kind is an organized group of people who have special duties and powers.[formal]
The Royal College of Nursing.
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Example Sentences Including 'college'
There were plenty of people in the world who didn't have college degrees, who had nevertheless done well.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Back at college I'd asked Sally once why she thought women were attracted to him.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
I started on the ankle rope and looked round the door jamb and saw the college boy's head outside the hut.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
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'college' in Other Languages
- Arabic: كُلِّيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: colégio
- Chinese: 学院
- Croatian: koledž
- Czech: vysoká škola
- Danish: college
- Dutch: college
- European Spanish: universidad universitario
- Finnish: korkeakoulu
- French: faculté
- German: College Colleges
- Greek: κολέγιο
- Italian: università
- Japanese: カレッジ
- Korean: 대학
- Norwegian: college
- Polish: uczelnia
- Portuguese: colégio
- Romanian: colegiu colegii
- Russian: колледж
- Spanish: colegio
- Swedish: läroanstalt
- Thai: วิทยาลัย
- Turkish: kolej
- Ukrainian: коледж
- Vietnamese: trường cao đẳng
Translation of college from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary