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curriculumnoun [C]

uk   us   /kəˈrɪk.jʊ.ləm/ (plural curricula or curriculums)
B1 the subjects studied in a school, college, etc. and what each subject includes: the school curriculum
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adjective uk   /-lər/  us   /-lɚ/
Translations of “curriculum”
in Arabic مَنهَج دِراسي…
in Korean 교육과정…
in Malaysian kurikulum…
in French programme (des études)…
in Turkish öğretim/müfredat programı/izlencesi…
in Italian curriculum…
in Chinese (Traditional) 課程…
in Russian программа (учебная)…
in Polish program (nauczania)…
in Vietnamese các môn học hoặc khóa học ở trường đại học…
in Spanish currículum…
in Portuguese currículo (escolar)…
in Thai หลักสูตร…
in German der Lehrplan…
in Catalan pla d’estudis…
in Japanese カリキュラム…
in Indonesian program, kurikulum…
in Chinese (Simplified) 课程…
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