Definition of 'college'
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Workers building an art college outside the walled old city made the discovery last winter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Those who join with college or university email addresses are offered free premium membership. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The idea was warmly welcomed and the college offered to pay for them. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He is a former flautist and choirboy who read music at college. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The second skill was reaching voters who felt overlooked and left behind, especially white men without a college education. Times, Sunday Times (2016)US colleges charge overseas students 15,000 a year on average but the teaching is said to be better. The Sun (2016)Predictably, Democrats are now denouncing the college as an anachronism. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Listen to the one on American college food and college funding to feel not only enlightened, but also slightly appalled. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She doing some kind of art course at college the rest of the week. The Sun (2015)Other individuals and colleges are now under investigation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This model of university and college education influences secondary education. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Would you expect both people to attend college if one chooses to go? Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Twice as many results were changed as a result of inquiries or complaints from schools or colleges. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Certainly doing maths through college is the one where you get a weird look. The Sun (2012)It will be a specialist music college where pupils are taken out of classes for their lessons. Times, Sunday Times (2011)How well do they transition into colleges of further education? Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can find out about classes from your local library or college of further education. Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)She will now attend a local college. The Sun (2015)Some are giving up their first career choice to go back to college and study law. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The regime has since closed monastic colleges and sent member monks back to their respective villages. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But it looked like a forlorn hope when he failed to get a place at art college. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was occupied for a century and is now a residential college. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The college offers a rural setting in rolling countryside for students and employees alike to enjoy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If the new campus goes ahead it would probably be in partnership with another college or university. Times, Sunday Times (2013)When you leave college, you will most likely take a job and work to support yourself. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)It's a horror comic about a college professor who gets involved in witchcraft. The Sun (2010)Those votes will already count in the members' part of the college. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Your family can join the college group that's coming. Christianity Today (2000)I fail to see how a college can charge for something it did not provide. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was asked to leave his sixth-form college after much battling to get him to attend or do any work. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'college'
British English: college /ˈkɒlɪdʒ/ NOUN
A college is an institution where students study after they have left school.
He is doing business studies at a local college.
- American English: college
- 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
- Greek: κολέγιο
- Italian: università
- Japanese: カレッジ
- Korean: 대학
- Norwegian: college
- Polish: uczelnia
- European Portuguese: colégio
- Romanian: colegiu
- Russian: колледж
- Spanish: colegio
- Swedish: läroanstalt
- Thai: วิทยาลัย
- Turkish: kolej
- Ukrainian: коледж
- Vietnamese: trường cao đẳng
Definition of college from the Collins English Dictionary
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