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grant-maintained school

noun [C]     /ˌɡrɑːnt.meɪnˌteɪndˈskuːl/ US  /ˌɡrænt-/ ( also GM school)
a school in the UK that receives its money directly from central rather than local government (英国)直接由中央政府出资的学校,接受中央政府拨款的学校 Types of school
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in Chinese (Traditional) (英國)直接由中央政府出資的學校,接受中央政府撥款的學校…
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