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educationnoun [U]

 us   /ˌedʒ·əˈkeɪ·ʃən/
the process of teaching or learning in a school, or the knowledge that you get from this: a high school/college education Education is also the study of methods and theories of teaching: She has a master’s degree in early childhood education.
Translations of “education”
in Korean 교육…
in Arabic تَرْبِية, ثَقافة…
in Portuguese educação, ensino…
in Catalan educació, ensenyament…
in Japanese 教育…
in Italian istruzione, educazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 教育, 受教育獲得的知識…
in Russian образование…
in Turkish eğitim öğretim, tahsil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 教育, 受教育获得的知识…
in Polish edukacja, oświata, wykształcenie…
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