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thesisnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈθiː.sɪs/ (plural theses uk   /ˈθiː.siːz/ us   )
B2 a long piece of writing on a particular subject, especially one that is done for a higher college or university degree: a doctoral thesis (= for a PhD)C2 formal the main idea, opinion, or theory of a person, group, piece of writing, or speech: Their main thesis was that war was inevitable.
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in Arabic أطروحة…
in Korean 학위 논문…
in Malaysian tesis…
in French thèse…
in Turkish tez, sav, iddia…
in Italian tesi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 論文, 論題,命題, 論點…
in Russian диссертация, тезис…
in Polish praca, rozprawa, teza…
in Vietnamese luận văn, luận án…
in Spanish tesis…
in Portuguese tese…
in Thai วิทยานิพนธ์…
in German die Dissertation…
in Catalan tesi…
in Japanese (大学の)論文…
in Indonesian tesis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 论文, 论题,命题, 论点…
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