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comprehensive (school)

noun [C]
 
UK
a school in Britain for children above the age of eleven in which children of all abilities are taught
(英国招收年满11岁不同资质学生的)综合中学
the local comprehensive
当地的综合中学
a comprehensive (school) education
综合中学教育
Types of school
Translations of “comprehensive (school)”
in Chinese (Traditional) (英國招收年滿11歲不同資質學生的)綜合中學…
(Definition of comprehensive (school) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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