Definição de 'pupil'

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Sinônimos de "pupil"
Sinônimos de "pupil"
Definição Portuguesa de "pupil"
Definição Portuguesa de "pupil"
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Listas de palavras: "eye"
Definição italiana de "pupil"
Definição italiana de "pupil"
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We need schools for pupils who are academic and those who are practical. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They just look like any other school pupils out on their bikes during the school holidays. The Sun (2016)Cops summoned reinforcements as mayhem involving pupils as young as 12 raged for hours. The Sun (2016)PARENTS blasted a teacher for sending pupils motivational cards containing a glaring spelling error. The Sun (2016)Last week the government published statistics suggesting that pupils attending the colleges performed less well than expected at GCSEs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We will continue to offer support to the family, his fellow pupils and teachers at this very difficult time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I would like to thank my former employers, pupils and their parents for their sympathy and understanding. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Kazakhstan did better than England in the maths test for 14-year-olds and was only two points behind in the maths test for younger pupils. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When he visits schools he tests pupils on their times tables. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They said that the changes would jeopardise the education of pupils from poor backgrounds. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The quality of school a pupil attended. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It all becomes too much for the youngest pupil when it is her turn on the catwalk. The Sun (2012)Staff report that former pupils are now growing veg and many have dropped a couple of stone. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Three fifths of secondary pupils do not have a school lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Only pupils at independent schools may currently take a single science. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The eyes are better pupils and more willing than the ears. Christianity Today (2000)Pupils who attend get three sets of school uniform each year. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Now the present pupils have enjoyed the rewards he offers a large cast. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The morale of teachers and pupils shot up. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Our pupils and students leave schools and universities after an incredibly narrow diet of education compared with their international counterparts. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Some were appointed without a formal interview, including former pupils and their relatives. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Younger pupils will transfer to other Sheffield schools. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The significance for these pupils' secondary education is clear. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

Sinônimos de pupil

student, scholar, schoolboy or schoolgirl, schoolchild

Listas de Palavras

eye, Scots law terms

Tendências de pupil

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Traduções de pupil

Inglês Britânico: pupil /ˈpjuːpl/ NOUN
schoolchild The pupils of a school are the children who go to it.
...schools with over 1000 pupils.
  • Inglês Americano: pupil learner
  • Árabe: تِلْمِيذ
  • Português Brasileiro: aluno
  • Chinês: 学生
  • Croata: učenik
  • Tcheco: žák oko
  • Dinamarquês: elev
  • Holandês: leerling oog
  • Espanhol Europeu: pupilo
  • Finlandês: pupilli
  • Francês: élève
  • Alemão: Pupille
  • Grego: μαθητής
  • Italiano: alunni
  • Japonês: 生徒 learner
  • Coreano: 학생
  • Norueguês: pupill
  • Polonês: źrenica oko
  • Português Europeu: aluno
  • Romeno: elev
  • Russo: ученик
  • Espanhol: pupila
  • Sueco: pupill
  • Tailandês: นักเรียน
  • Turco: gözbebeği
  • Ucraniano: учень
  • Vietnamita: học sinh
Inglês Britânico: pupil /ˈpjuːpl/ NOUN
eye The pupils of your eyes are the small, round, black holes in the centre of them.
The pupils of her eyes widened.
  • Inglês Americano: pupil eye
  • Árabe: إِنْسَانُ العَيْن
  • Português Brasileiro: pupila
  • Chinês: 瞳孔
  • Croata: zjenica
  • Tcheco: panenka oko
  • Dinamarquês: pupil
  • Holandês: pupil
  • Espanhol Europeu: pupila
  • Finlandês: oppilas
  • Francês: pupille
  • Alemão: Schüler
  • Grego: κόρη ματιού
  • Italiano: pupille
  • Japonês: 瞳孔 eye
  • Coreano: 눈동자
  • Norueguês: elev
  • Polonês: uczeń uczeń
  • Português Europeu: pupila
  • Romeno: pupilă
  • Russo: зрачок
  • Espanhol: alumno
  • Sueco: elev
  • Tailandês: ช่องตาดำ
  • Turco: öğrenci
  • Ucraniano: зіниця
  • Vietnamita: đồng tử


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