Definition of 'boarding school'
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He was a teacher at some big Catholic boarding school in the area. THE ONLY GAME (2001)The boarding school analogy did not find its mark with Gerhardt von Premnitz. DARE CALL IT TREASON (2001)
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Translations for 'boarding school'
British English: boarding school /ˈbɔːdɪŋ skuːl/ NOUN
A boarding school is a school where the pupils live during the term.
Now he is away at boarding school.
- American English: boarding school
- Arabic: مَدْرَسَة داخِلِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: internato
- Chinese: 寄宿学校
- Croatian: internat
- Czech: internátní škola
- Danish: kostskole
- Dutch: kostschool
- European Spanish: internado
- Finnish: sisäoppilaitos
- French: internat
- German: Internat
- Greek: οικοτροφείο
- Italian: collegio
- Japanese: 寄宿学校
- Korean: 기숙 학교
- Norwegian: internatskole
- Polish: szkoła z internatem
- European Portuguese: colégio interno
- Romanian: școală cu internat
- Russian: школа-интернат
- Spanish: internado
- Swedish: internatskola
- Thai: โรงเรียนประจำ
- Turkish: yatılı okul
- Ukrainian: школа-інтернат
- Vietnamese: trường nội trú
Definition of boarding school from the Collins English Dictionary
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