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community college

noun [C]    
UK a school for children between the ages of 11 and 18 which also provides different types of classes, sports, etc. for adults from the local area 社區中學(接收11至18歲的學生,也向當地社區成人開放) Types of school
US a two-year college where students can learn a skill or prepare to enter a university 社區學院(兩年制學院,學生學習一項技能或大學預科課程) University and college education
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