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college

noun (EDUCATION) 教育     /ˈkɒl.ɪdʒ/ US  /ˈkɑː.lɪdʒ/
[C or U] any place for specialized education after the age of 16 where people study or train to get knowledge and/or skills 学院;职业学校;技术学校;高等专科学校 a teacher training college 师范学院 a secretarial college 文秘专科学校 a Naval college 海军学校 UK a sixth form college 预科学校 She's at art college. 她在艺术学院学习。 Types of school
[C or U] US university (大学)校园,校区 You have to go to (= study at) college for a lot of years if you want to be a doctor. 如果你想当医生,就得在大学里学习好多年。 University and college education
[C] one of the separate and named parts into which some universities are divided (大学的)学院,分院 King's College, Cambridge 剑桥大学国王学院 I attended the College of Arts and Sciences at New York University. 我就读于纽约大学的文理学院。 Cambridge has some very fine old colleges (= college buildings). 剑桥大学有一些非常优美古雅的学院大楼。 University and college education
[C] in Britain and Australia, used in the names of some schools for children, especially those where education is paid for 公学,学校(用于英国和澳大利亚某些私立学校的名称) Cheltenham Ladies' College 切尔滕纳姆女子公学 Types of school
(Definition of college noun (EDUCATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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