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grammar school

noun [C]
 
 
a British school, especially in the past, for children aged 11-18 who are good at studying. In America, especially in the past, it is a school for children aged 5-12 or 5-14.
(尤指旧时英国11到18岁学习优秀的学生上的)文法学校;(尤指旧时美国5到12或者5到14岁学生所上的)小学
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