pupil Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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pupilnoun [C]

 us   /ˈpju·pəl/

pupil noun [C] (STUDENT)

a person who is being taught, esp. a child at school

pupil noun [C] (EYE PART)

the circular, black area in the center of the eye that gets larger and smaller and lets in light
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