Definition of 'student'
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Students in schools and colleges use language to write essays. The Chomsky Update - Linguistics and Politics (1990)Surely only a very foolish arts student would dismiss that opportunity as showboating? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They will also have to publish the average earnings of students in each course. The Sun (2010)The present generation of law students are also keen on the changes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Not long ago it was merely an online address book used by a few college students. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Students choose subjects that provide the best chance of the high grades requested by universities. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Do you not accrue credit history on student accounts? The Sun (2015)My role was to mentor students who found school life difficult. The Sun (2014)She has the art student look right already with that new nose piercing. The Sun (2013)The range of courses and students is impressive. Times, Sunday Times (2006)What about encouraging student nurses to spend time in nursery schools or elderly care homes? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Only keen students of schoolboy humour should think about attending. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My granddaughter is a good student who enjoys school. The Sun (2010)Millions of art students have been brought up on it. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Medical students of the future would use ultrasound as a normal part of their practice when they qualified. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And we also found that in some subjects students were far more likely to skip classes than in others. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Only students studying for more than 12 months will be allowed to bring their dependants. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Moreover, that growth appears to be irrespective of the subjects that students study. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the judge delayed sentencing so that the history student could complete summer exams at Cambridge. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'student'
British English: student /ˈstjuːdnt/ NOUN
A student is a person who is studying at a university, college, or school.
- American English: student
- Arabic: طَالِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: estudante
- Chinese: 学生
- Croatian: student
- Czech: student
- Danish: studerende
- Dutch: student
- European Spanish: estudiante
- Finnish: opiskelija
- French: étudiant
- German: Student
- Greek: φοιτητής
- Italian: studente
- Japanese: 学生
- Korean: 학생
- Norwegian: student
- Polish: student
- European Portuguese: estudante
- Romanian: student
- Russian: студент
- Spanish: estudiante
- Swedish: student
- Thai: นักเรียน
- Turkish: öğrenci
- Ukrainian: студент
- Vietnamese: sinh viên
Definition of student from the Collins English Dictionary
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