Definition of 'course work'
Example sentences containing 'course work'
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We are of course working closely with the police to ensure that, once identified, these individuals are brought to justice. The Sun (2016)The university has partnerships with more than 6,000 employers and is in the top five nationally for the number of students on sandwich course work placements. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The first 20 students on the course work for a bank in Leeds. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Students on his course work their way through a manual, assignments and online tasks in their own time, in between workshops with a tutor. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Used Occasionally. course work is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'course work'
British English: course work NOUN
Course work is work that students do during a course, rather than in exams, especially work that counts towards a student's final grade.
Some 20 per cent of marks are awarded for course work.
- American English: course work
- Brazilian Portuguese: trabalhos
- Chinese: 课程作业
- European Spanish: trabajo de curso
- French: contrôle continu
- German: Kursarbeiten
- Italian: esercitazioni
- Japanese: コースワーク
- Korean: 수업
- European Portuguese: trabalho do curso
- Spanish: trabajo de curso
Definition of course work from the Collins English Dictionary
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